People of the Ice (Home Video Use Only) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher. People of the Ice is part of the Arctic Mission series produced by the CBC, National Film Board and documentary filmmaker Jean Lemire's Glacialis Productions. The series explores the impact of global warming on Arctic. In this 52-minute video, viewers are taken to the Far North where they can see the Arctic through the eyes of several generations of Inuit men and women. For thousands of years, the Inuit have lived in harmony with the land of the Far North.

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Okimah (Home DVD Use Only)

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Okimah is a detailed documentary by Omuskego Cree filmmaker, Paul Rickard, about a contemporary goose hunt by a Cree family from Moose Factory. Rickard chose to portray the leadership of his father, the Okimah, on this goose hunt. Together with film crew, his parents, brothers and sisters, their spouses and children, Rickard takes the viewer on the annual goose hunt. As leader or Okimah, the senior Richard decides on location of this fall event, directs the hunt, teaches the men and boys how to make clay decoys, and how to make blinds.

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Okimah (Home Video Use Only) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from GoodMinds Okimah is a detailed documentary by Omuskego Cree filmmaker, Paul Rickard, about a contemporary goose hunt by a Cree family from Moose Factory. Rickard chose to portray the leadership of his father, the Okimah, on this goose hunt. Together with film crew, his parents, brothers and sisters, their spouses and children, Rickard takes the viewer on the annual goose hunt.

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Flooding Job's Garden (Home Video Use Only) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Flooding Job's Garden is a 59-minute documentary from the National Film Board of Canada. This is the third video in the As Long As the Rivers Flow Series about First Nations issues in Canada. This series documents the struggle of Aboriginal People in Canada for justice and self-determination. In Flooding Job's Garden, the viewer is taken on a journey to northern Quebec among the various Cree communities as they work to protect their traditional homeland from the devastation of the James Bay hydroelectric project.

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Is the Crown at War With Us? (Home DVD Use Only)

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In Is the Crown at War with Us? Filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin documents the controversial events in a New Brunswick community during the summer of 2000, when the Department of Fisheries and Oceans attacked the boats of Mi'kmaq fishermen despite a 1999 Supreme Court decision that upheld the Mi’kmaq treaty rights to earn a living from fishing. This DVD focuses on the Mi'kmaq people of Esgenoopetitj (Burnt Church) as they were physically prevented from setting lobster traps by the DFO, RCMP and coast guard, even though the Supreme Court of Canada decision affirmed they could do so.

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