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Christopher Auchter

Christopher Auchter is a Haida animator and illustrator, born and raised on Haida Gwaii, British Columbia. He attended the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, receiving his bachelor of media arts with ...

Tara White

Tara White is a Mohawk woman from Kahnawake, Quebec. She pursued her master's degree in business administration at the Schulich School of Business in Toronto and became a certified management accountant. ...

Lee Claremont

Lee Claremont was born in Woodstock, Ontario. She is of Mohawk-Irish ancestry and is a member of the Grand River Iroquois Six Nations in Oshweken, Ontario. Lee received her Bachelor of Fine Arts (honours) ...

AmberLee Kolson

From first-time novelist AmberLee Kolson comes a wise, gently humorous, and deeply compassionate novel about a woman whose efforts to recover the moments of a stolen life leads her on an unexpected journey ...

George Blondin

A respected Elder and storyteller, George Blondin maintains the storytelling traditions of the Dene people. He is the author of several books where he depicts the tales of medicine heroes, hunters and ...

Stella Calahasen

Stella Calahasen was born and raised in the Hamlet of Grouard in Northern Alberta and is a member of the Woodland Cree First Nation. During the long winter nights, her parents told Cree stories and legends ...

Archie Beaverho

Archie Beaverho was born in Wha Ti in 1965. He is an accomplished painter and cartoonist whose understanding of his culture is reflected in his work. Archie still lives in Wha Tia and currently works at ...

Ron Hall

Ron Hall is an Aboriginal artist of Okanagan and Thompson ancestry and is a member of the Osoyoos Band. The father of five children, he is recognized for his efforts to protect the environment and the ...

Ray McSwain

Raised in Behchoko, the largest Dene community in the Northwest Territories, Ray spent his life surrounded by the same natural, scenic beauty that has inspired many Northern Aboriginal people to become ...