This documentary celebrates 13 BC First Nations languages and pays tribute to the drive to preserve and revitalize...
A song for the generations, sung by generations. Written by Csetkwe Fortier.
Carrielynn Xwementelot Victor of the Cheam First Nation sings a lullaby in Halq'emeylem for her newborn.
In 1977, Dave Elliot developed an alphabet and a typewriter to keep the Sencoten language thriving.
Sarah, Florence, and Gloria Sam are a tight knit family of Carrier language teachers for the Nak'azdli Community.
The Chief Atahm Immersion School found innovative ways to teach math in the Secwepemctsin language.
As the city emerges so do the words in Skwxwu7mesh snichim.
For Earl Smith, one of the legacies of Residential school is the drive to learn his Ehattesaht language.
When the Nisga'a Nation looked for a unique way to teach their language, an unlikely fabric hero emerged.
When the Heiltsuk community relies on a plane and boat to travel, it takes a community to ensure everyone...
Realizing you want to learn the Tsilhqot'in language as an adult, it helps when your mom is a famous Tsilhqot'in...
Vernon Williams Jr was given the gift of sharing Xaad Kil songs with the home he loves so much, Haida Gwaii.
Technology is the path forward to continue the Ktunaxa language, a isolate language connected to no others.