Paykiiwikay - The Metis Culture Podcast
Episode 10: Vincent Ahenakew - The Story of Northern Michif
How Vince Ahenakew is leading the charge to revitalize the Northern Michif language
Episode 9: Amy Briley - Traditional Metis Beadwork and Sewing
The history and traditions of Metis beadwork, one of the defining aspects of Métis culture.
Episode 8: Cort Dogniez - Teaching Michif to Urban Métis
How to Keep the Michif Language Alive in Urban Settings
Episode 7: Elder Joanna Potiyondi - Métis Horse Culture
The Metis are one of the worlds great equestrian cultures. And Joanna Potiyondi's roots go back to the earliest days of Cuthbert Grant and the buffalo hunt
Episode 6: Métis Fiddling with Adam Daigneault
Award-winning Métis musician Adam Daigneault talks about his love of traditional Métis fiddle music, his influences and mentors in northern Saskatchewan, the centuries long history of the fiddle in the northwest and its importance to Métis people.
Episode 5: Elder Norman Fleury - The history of Michif and Metis Nation.
The author of the Michif Dictionary takes us on a deep dive into the history of the Michif language from its earliest roots in the fur trade up to the present day.
Episode 4: Chef Jenni Lessard - Michif Culture in Traditional and Contemporary Cooking
One of Canada's leading chefs and Indigenous food experts on why making traditional Métis foods, including the harvesting of local ingredients, helps contribute to the preservation of Michif language and identity.
Episode 3: Calvin Racette - The Michif Language, Loss and Redemption
Elder Calvin Racette explores the stories of language loss and its impact on the Métis community.
Episode 2: Andrea Menard - Promoting Michif Language Through Art
Award winning Métis singer, songwriter, performer, actor, and writer Andrea Menard explores how she is working to promote the use of Michif language, teachings, and worldview through her own contemporary artistic practice.
Episode 1: Michif History, Language and Culture featuring Russell Fayant
Leading Michif language and culture educator on why the language of the Metis matters.