Agenda guests
Harold R. Johnson talks to Nam Kiwanuka about his memoir, "Clifford."
Andrew Judge and a group of people tending a garden from the article How one man is planting seeds of Indigenous knowledge
On the outskirts of Cambridge, Andrew Judge and a group of volunteers have established a garden to produce food — and insights into Indigenous teachings.
Pemmican
Pemmican may be the oldest survival food known to North America. What is pemmican and how is it made? Patrick Nadjiwon shares his knowledge.
Nam Kiwanuka, Brian Jungen, and Kitty Scott from the article How this Indigenous artist turns basketball shoes into commercialist critique
In "Brian Jungen: Friendship Centre," a new exhibition at the AGO, sports gear becomes the material for thought-provoking art.

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Published On: July 03, 2019
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Published On: June 28, 2019
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Published On: June 21, 2019
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Published On: June 12, 2019
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Published On: June 11, 2019
The Lunaape language is at risk of extinction, but Ian McCallum is working to rescue it through lessons, books — even Twitter. TVO.org talks with McCallum about his mission.
Published On: June 04, 2019
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Published On: May 29, 2019
The Agenda welcomes Bob Joseph, author of "Indigenous Relations: Insights, Tips & Suggestions to Make Reconciliation a Reality."
Published On: May 29, 2019
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Published On: May 24, 2019
A review of the Ontario government's revised Indigenous curriculum.
Published On: May 23, 2019
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Published On: May 17, 2019
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Published On: May 16, 2019
On Jaime Morse’s tours around Ottawa, participants learn about the area’s role as a gathering place for many nations — and about the history that Canada has often tried to suppress.
Published On: May 13, 2019
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Published On: May 06, 2019
Allana McDougall has been taught to share with others both the nation where she comes from and her role in her community. Here, she wonders what it would mean if others did the same.
Published On: May 07, 2019
TVO Indigenous affairs journalist Chris Beaver talks about Indigenous identity, forced assimilation and the importance of language as a cultural building block.
Published On: May 07, 2019
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Published On: May 06, 2019
Indigenous-led businesses help combat economic marginalization — but they face many barriers. TVO.org spoke with three organizations about how to foster entrepreneurship and keep money in communities.  
Published On: May 02, 2019
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