Zaagi'idiwin: Silent, Unquestionable Act of Love, paper ed.

$20.00

Zaagi'idiwin: Silent, Unquestionable Act of Love by Leanna Marshall, a member of Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug, and with a foreword by Suzanne Luke, creates an intersection where viewers meet to understand and explore the essence of relationships, the meaning of connection/disconnection, and the pain of loss. With contributions from Vera Wabegijig, nishnaabe (Odawa & Ojibwe), and Susan Neylan ​

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The Sleeping Giant Awakens: Genocide, Indian Residential Schools, and the Challenge of Conciliation, paper ed.

$24.95

In The Sleeping Giant Awakens: Genocide, Indian Residential Schools, and the Challenge of Conciliation, David B. MacDonald confronts the truths of Canada’s Indian residential school systems and likens this to waking a sleeping giant. In this book genocide is used as an analytical tool to better understand Canada’s past and present relationships between settlers and Indigenous peoples.  David B.

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Cry Wolf: Inquest Into the True Nature of a Predator, paper ed.

$16.95

Cry Wolf: Inquest Into the True Nature of a Predator by Harold R. Johnson is a search for the truth. It is part story and part forensic analysis. Cry Wolf examines wolf attacks and how we fail to take wolves seriously at our own peril. This book is also a relationship to the land and with wolves in particular yet Cry Wolf also draws on Indigenous traditional knowledge and wisdom regarding ecology to better understand predators. The introduction outlines the current perspective of predators.

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Reclaiming Tom Longboat: Indigenous Self-Determination in Canadian Sport, paper ed.

$27.95

Reclaiming Tom Longboat: Indigenous Self-Determination in Canadian Sport is by Janice Forsyth, Fish River Cree and Peguis First Nation, Manitoba and the 2002 Tom Longboat Regional Award for Ontario at the North American Indigenous Games winner. Reclaiming Tom Longboat documents the history of the Tom Longboat Awards and a new direction for thinking about the awards and their role in reimagining Indigenous involvement in Canadian sports through administrative, statistical and cultural layers.

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C'est fou comme t'as pas l'air d'en être un!, paper ed. French

$21.95

Signée par Sylvie Nicolas, cette traduction du recueil d’essais et de chroniques humoristiques de Drew Hayden Taylor, The Best of Funny, You Don’t Look Like One (Theytus Books, 2015), permet aux francophones de découvrir pour la première fois l’œuvre unique de l’auteur ojibwe. Après avoir fait rire (et réfléchir) de nombreux lecteurs grâce aux quatre tomes de Funny You Don’t Look Like One, Taylor a choisi de rassembler ses meilleurs textes en tant qu’observateur ojibwe aux yeux bleus.

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Niqiliurniq: A Cookbook from Iglootik, paper ed.

$24.95

Niqiliurniq: A Cookbook from Igloolik is compiled by Micah Arreak, Annie Desilets, Lucy Kappianaq, Glenda Kripanik, and Kanadaise Uyarasuk, who live in Igloolik, Nunavut. Niqiliurniq is a collection of recipes bringing together healthy traditional foods like seal, Arctic char, and caribou with store bought produce to create delicious meals that are an alternative to pre-packaged foods. Food safety, storage and information on how to build a healthy, nutritious diet is included in this book and will appeal to all levels of cooks. The tasty recipes are from the land and sea.

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Birdie, a novel, paperback ed

$22.99

Birdie is the outstanding debut novel by Cree law professor and activist Tracey Lindberg. A member of the As’in’i’wa’chi Ni’yaw Nation Rocky Mountain Cree she has a doctoral degree in law as well as law degrees from the University of Ottawa, Harvard Law School and the University of Saskatchewan. She was awarded the Governor General’s Gold Medal, the most prestigious award given to a doctoral student in humanities.

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Reawakening Our Ancestor's Lines: Revitalizing Inuit Traditional Tattooing, hardcover ed.

$29.95

Reawakening Our Ancestor's Lines: Revitalizing Inuit Traditional Tattooing is gathered and compiled by Angela Hovak Johnston. This work is an eight year project, which began as Angela Hovak Johnston's personal journey to permanently ink herself with the ancient symbols that were worn by her Inuit ancestors.  In tattooing knowledge and skills are passed on continue the tradition. The stories shared in this book are personal journeys of modern Inuit women who inherited the right to be tattooed for strength, beauty, and existence, and to reclaim their history.

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