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Aboriginal Pathways
Producer Cheryl Croucher interviews people from the aboriginal community about their work, their perspectives, their passions, their successes.

Program 26: Gil Cardinal
One of Canada's most successful aboriginal filmmakers is Gil Cardinal.
Program 25: Amiskwaciy Academy
Located on Airport Road in Edmonton, Amiskwaciy Academy has over 200 students.
Program 24: Leona Carter
Now in her early sixties, Leona Carter is a leader not only in the Aboriginal community, but also the broader society.
Program 23: Delia Gray
In 2000, the Metis Nation of Alberta renamed its building in Edmonton to honour a very special elder, Delia Gray.
Program 22: Cris Derksen
Cris Derksen is a young cellist of Cree descent who is making a big splash in the music world with her unique style.

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Program 21: Bertha Clark-Jones
Bertha Clark-Jones is a Metis elder who lives in Athabasca.

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Program 20: Pearl Calahasen
Pearl Calahasen was first elected to the Alberta Legislature in 1989.

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Program 19: Dr. Anne Anderson
Professor James Dempsey from the U of A's Faculty of Native Studies talks about the incredible contributions of Dr. Anne Anderson to preserving the Cree language.
Program 18: Lorne Cardinal
TV audiences know Lorne as his character on Corner Gas, the off-beat RCMP constable Davis Quinton.

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Program 17: Lewis Cardinal
In 2007, Lewis Cardinal received the National Aboriginal Achievement Award for his dedication to public service.
Programs 15 - 16: Sarah Pocklington
Singer Sarah Pocklington developed and taught one of the first Canadian university courses focused on contemporary aboriginal music.

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Program 14: Sonny Flett
Sonny Flett is a Metis elder who lives in Fort Chipewyan.

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Program 13: Henry Norwest
Henry "Ducky" Norwest was born at Fort Saskatchewan in 1884 and was credited with the most sniper kills in the British Empire during World War One.
Programs 11 - 12: Dr. James Dempsey
A member of the Blood Tribe in Southern Alberta, Dr. James Dempsey is now an associate professor in the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta.

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Program 10: Garry Todd
Garry Todd is a Metis artist who graduated with a degree in fine arts from the University.
Program 9: Dorothy McDonald
Dorothy McDonald was a chief of the Fort McKay band near Fort McMurray.
Program 8: Dr. Cora Voyageur
In 1997, Cora Voyageur graduated from the University of Alberta as the very first First Nations woman to receive a PhD from that institution.

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Programs 5 - 7: Peter Erasmus
One of the most colorful and important figures in the history of the Canadian west was Peter Erasmus.

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Program 4: Joane Cardinal-Schubert
Joane Cardinal-Schubert was a famous Aboriginal artist who lived in Calgary.

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Programs 2-3: Jerry Potts
On the western plains, one of the most famous names of the 1800's was that of Jerry Potts.

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Program 1: Ike Solway
Ike Solway is one of the first graduates of the Aboriginal Land Stewardship program.

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