MI’KMA’KI: GWITNA’Q (LAND OF THE MI’KMAW: TRAVEL BY CANOE)
For the Mi’kmaq community of Miawpukek First Nation, reviving the tradition of Birch Bark Canoe building becomes a way to connect to the past and ensure cultural survival.
Director(s): Wendell G. Collier
Producer(s): Wendell G. Collier
Writer(s): Wendell G. Collier
Cast: Sagamaw Mi''sel Joe, Billy Joe, Derek Stride, Shalan Jourdy
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