In Webisode 16.1 from Samaqan.ca, we travel along the Athabasca River, from the mountain glaciers to Fort Mckay. Along the way, we hear Clayton Thomas-Muller and Mike Orr discuss the Alberta Tar Sands and environmental change.
In Webisode 14.1 from Samaqan.ca, we take a deeper look at life in Hartley Bay’s Seaweed camp: Kiel. We hear from Daniel and Mona Danes about their traditional connection to water, and how their Gitga’at way of life is threatened by the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Project.
In Webisode 15.1 from Samaqan.ca, we leave Hartley Bay with our tour guide Marven Robinson. During our tour we come across one of the species at risk, if an oil spill were to occur on the coast of British Columbia. Enjoy our cast of characters known as, Sea Lions.
In Webisode 20.1 from Samaqan.ca, we learn a wild rice recipe from Chef Michael Card.
In Webisode 20.2 from Samaqan.ca, we watch as Chef James Kyle prepares a wild rice recipe.
In Webisode 18.1 from Samaqan.ca, we go on a fan boat tour with Derek Billiot. On our tour Derek tells us about alligators.
In Webisode 17.1 from Samaqan.ca, we visit with Pointe Aux Chenes resident Gayle Dardar. Gayle tells us about the challenges that came with cleaning up after the oil spill.
In Webisode 17.2 from Samaqan.ca, we hear from Vancouver Aquarium’s staff veterinarian Dr. Martin Haulena. He tells us about marine mammal rescue during the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.