This beautiful short film captures the quiet dignity of a day in the life of a Northern trapper, without use of any dialogue.
Ages 12 to 17
History and Citizenship Education - Culture and Currents of Thought (1500-present)
Indigenous Studies - Identity/Society
Social Studies - Canadian Politics and Government
Social Studies - Law
Identify key shareholders who have a stake in native hunting and fishing rights. Students will develop either a position paper, a PSA, short play or investigative news story which addresses land claim agreements which affirm the rights of First Nations people to hunt primarily for food. Have modern times altered the need among First Nations people to live off the land? How is environmental sustainability practiced?