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Four episodes of Indigenous Circle, a program focused on First Nations and Metis communities hosted by Nelson Bird, produced by Nelson Bird and Norman Shuttleworth, and produced by CTV Television Inc. The episodes include photographs from the Saskatchewan Archives Board collection.
MI-13466: Episode entitled Farmgate, focusing on First Nations people and agriculture. Includes interviews with Shawn Francis, a sheep, horse and cattle farmer; Roland Crowe, a grain farmer in the Truax, Saskatchewan area; Tom Hamilton Jr., a wild rice producer; Gerry Ivanochko, Provincial Specialist, Northern Agriculture; Alvin Stonechild, a bison rancher; Murray Stonechild, a bison rancher; Lester Lafond; Dale Domres, an agrologist with Yorkton Tribal Council; and Randy Sangwais, Sakimay Lands Manager.
MI-13467: Episode entitled The Answers Lie Within, which aired on November 3, 2002 and features the World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education in Alberta.
MI-13468: Episode entitled A Vanishing Lifestyle, which aired on October 27, 2002 and focuses on First Nations people and tourism in northern Saskatchewan. Includes interviews with John Charles, guide with Churchill River Voyageur Lodge; Angus Pratt, La Ronge Community Development Co-ordinator; Ric Driedeger, Churchill River Canoe Outfitters; Jim MacKenzie, guide with Thompson's Camps; Kevin Schultz, guide with Churchill River Canoe Outfitters; and Sally MacKenzie, cultural educator.
MI-13469: Episode entitled Tales of Two Valleys, which aired on November 17, 2002 and focuses on a travelling exhibition entitled Qu'Appelle Valley: Tales of Two Valleys, and the relationship between First Nations people and the Qu'Appelle Valley. Includes interviews with Sharon Chicoose; Dan Ring, Associate Curator with Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon; Kate Davis, director of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina; Mike Pinay, an elder of the Peepeekisis First Nation; Ed Poitras, artist; and Bonnie Leask.
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Art - Saskatchewan
Art galleries - Saskatoon
Art galleries - Regina
Tourist trade - Saskatchewan