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Alexis Walch

Recorded in Victoria, hosted by Tchadas Leo.  Our Native Land features fun interviews and compelling discussions about Indigenous and First Nations cuisine, culture, heritage, and more from Vancouver Island and around the world.

Linda Martens

Join hosts Leah and Falen as they explore the unauthorized history of a complicated country.

Willow Macdonald

In 2016 Colten Boushie, a young Indigenous man, was shot and killed on a farm in rural Saskatchewan, inciting racial tensions across the province.

Mary Forbes

CBC news investigative reporter Connie Walker joins the search to find out what happened to Cleo, a young Cree girl taken by child welfare workers.

Angie Delainey

Host and Archivist Mary Powder reunites Inuit with stories from CBC North’s vast Inuktitut language archives by replaying them for the descendants of the original storytellers, some of whom are hearing them for the very first time.

Ciel Patenaude

Kīwew is a five-part podcast in which Governor General award-winning author David A. Robertson dives into his family's history and mysteries as he discovers and connects with his Cree identity.


Alexis Walch

Join 19-year-old Jeremy Ratt on a journey of self discovery as he seeks to understand his roots and all of the distinct “pieces” that form who he is today.

Linda Martens

Another young woman was brutally murdered in northern Manitoba in 1971. But unlike the Brown case, a perpetrator was eventually brought to justice. What can be learned from the Helen Betty Osborne case?

Willow Macdonald

Unreserved is the radio space for Indigenous community, culture, and conversation. Host Rosanna Deerchild takes you straight into Indigenous Canada, introducing listeners to the storytellers, culture makers, and community shakers from across the country.

Mary Forbes

Wiih’teh is CBC’s first podcast in East Cree. Join hosts Betsy Longchap and Mary Shem to explore the nuances, humour, and beauty of the language, share stories and learning, and hear from guests about how the Cree language is evolving.

Angie Delainey

On each episode hosts Matika Wilbur (Tulalip and Swinomish) and Adrienne Keene (Cherokee Nation), delve into a different topic facing Native peoples today, bringing in guests from all over Indian Country to offer perspectives and stories.

Ciel Patenaude

From remote reserves to bustling big cities, join Urban Native Girl Lisa Charleyboy as she brings you to the surprising heart of the conversations important to Aboriginal youth.


Alexis Walch

Mutually respectful conversations about the relationship between Indigenous and Black people in Canada, touching on topics like reparations, Black Lives Matter, reconciliation, and gentrification

Linda Martens

How a string of custody battles over Native children became a federal lawsuit that threatens everything from tribal sovereignty to civil rights.

Willow Macdonald

In 1989, 24-year-old Alberta Williams was found dead along the Highway of Tears near Prince Rupert, B.C. Police never caught her killer.

Mary ForbesA weekly roundtable about Indigenous issues and events in Canada and beyond. Hosted by Rick Harp.
Angie Delainey

A community of intelligent, imaginative, innovative, and creative Indigenerds acknowledging and advancing the visibility of our contributions to pop culture and STEM.

Ciel Patenaude

A podcast dedicated to giving a voice to the music, stories, and experiences of Indigenous artists from around the world by exploring a place, idea, or tradition that inspires our songs and our people.




Alexis Walch

A podcast that highlights its yearly conference keynotes & "Red Talk" presentations sharing best practices, innovation, and delivery models of Indigenous education.

Linda Martens

A collection of Indigenous community sourced stories that connect Indigenous peoples to place with the aim of reinforcing worldview, philosophies & teachings through storytelling.

Willow MacdonaldThe highest homicide rate in the country. A mayor and his wife charged with extortion. A police chief put on trial for obstruction of justice. Nine tragic deaths of Indigenous teenagers.

Why does it all happen here?

Mary ForbesNation to Nation takes a weekly look at the politics affecting Indigenous people in Canada. Join Host Todd Lamirande as he connects you with the decision-makers in Ottawa and across the country.
Angie Delainey

In 2018, a young Indigenous mother named Jermain Charlo left a bar in Missoula, Montana, and was never seen again. After two years and thousands of hours of investigative work, police believe they are close to solving the mystery of what happened to her.

Ciel Patenaude

Investigative journalist Connie Walker came upon a story about her late father she'd never heard before. One night back in the late 1970s while he was working as an officer in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, he pulled over a suspected drunk driver. He walked up to the vehicle and came face-to-face with a ghost from his past—a residential school priest.





Alexis Walch

Who are the Metis? It’s complicated. This podcast explores the history of Metis people in Manitoba, beginning with Louis Riel who was hero to some and traitor to others. Host Stephanie Cram unravels the intricate history of the Metis...and follows the thread from resistance to renaissance.

Linda Martens

Stprykeepers: Join Waubgeshig Rice and Jennifer David, as they talk ‘all things Indigenous books’.

Willow Macdonald

Young change makers from across Canada celebrate Indigenous voices and culture as they share the stories of First Peoples and the land.

Mary Forbes

Fireside chats hosted by Zac Whyte that explore identity through personal experiences. Keep your fire hot!

Angie Delainey

A 3-part series, aims to commemorate the history and legacy of residential schools, and honour the stories of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Survivors, their families, and communities.

Ciel Patenaude

Words connect us. Words hurt us. Indigenous histories have been twisted by centuries of colonization. Host Kaniehti:io Horn brings us together to decolonize our minds– one word, one concept, one story at a time.


Alexis Walch

This Place is a 10-part journey through one-hundred and fifty years of Indigenous resistance and resilience.

Linda Martens

Committees: Audit & Risk Management, BC Public School Employers' Association, Board Governance, City of Campbell River Liaison, CUPE Liaison, Equity

Willow Macdonald

Hosted by Indigenous twin sisters, Kaley and Kara Morrison, Twindigenous explores mainstream pop culture and Native culture. Join us each week as we share some laughs, and learn some stuff.

Mary Forbes

Learning to decolonize our bodies one podcast at a time.

Angie Delainey

Committees: CUPE Liaison, Vancouver Island Labour Relations Council Liaison

Ciel Patenaude

The highs, the lows, the dirty, the funny. We're the best kept secret on the North Shore and we're sharing it all with you here. At Niigaaniin, no one gets left behind. Anishinaabe kwewag miinwaa ninwak from the North Shore of Lake Huron discuss social issues, life stories, and chat with special guests to bring you all of the tea.


Alexis Walch

A podcast dedicated to discussing Indigenous interventions in the museum world.

Linda Martens

An 8-part series that tells the stories of four students: three who survived and one who didn’t. They attended one of Canada’s most notorious residential schools – where unsolved deaths, abuse, and lies haunt the community and the survivors to this day. Hosted by Duncan McCue.

Willow Macdonald

Co“Spirit to Soar: Where We Come From” is a limited-run podcast companion to Tanya Talaga’s debut documentary “Spirit to Soar: Mashkawi-manidoo bimaadiziwin.” This four-part podcast is told first in Anishinaabemowin by Elder Sam Achneepineskum and then in English by Jolene Banning. The documentary will be available via CBC Gem on Sept. 17, 2021 in Anishnaabemowin and in English on Sept. 24, 2021.

Mary ForbesA 24-year-old Metis woman is found dead in her Calgary home in the spring of 2002. New investigative efforts have held out promise, but the case still remains cold almost two decades later.
Angie Delainey

My radical activist mother Kahentinetha Horn tells me stories of her very long adventurous life, always with the sense of humour that carried her through.

Ciel Patenaude

The Red Nation Podcast features discussions on Indigenous history, politics, and culture from a left perspective. Hosted by Nick Estes and Jen Marley with help from our friend and comrade Sina



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