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Eyou Dipajimoon (Cree) with Christopher Herodier

Eyou Dipajimoon (Cree Info) is our one-hour Cree language noon show. Eyou Dipajimoon is a community meeting that explains issues, connects people and marks important events. A current affairs program every weekday, this is the show of “accountability” for Cree politicians and community leaders. The show also features a phone-in segment.

  • 12:07
    Quebec and Cree police, public safety and volunteers are searching for a Waswanipi man missing since his boat capsized Friday night. The body of one of his companions was found on the weekend. A third man is recovering in hospital. We spoke with Leeroy Blacksmith, Regional Fire Marshall. (Interview in Eastern Cree).
    Jun 4, 2018
  • 11:42
    Julien Marshall is a player with the First Nation Elite Bantam AAA team. He played with his team at a summer tournament in Quebec City this past weekend. He talks about some of the troubling behaviour he witnessed from other teams, and some referees (this segment is in English and Eastern Cree).
    May 31, 2018
  • 09:59
    The Couple Challenge 2018 was a private, summer tournament that falls outside the regular playing season sanctioned by Hockey Quebec, the sport's main regulation body in the province. It was organized by the Bulldogs de Quebec, a Bantam Triple A team. The Cree Media unit spoke with Hockey Quebec and the tournament organiser about events at last weekend's event. (This segment is in Cree, English, French).
    May 31, 2018
  • 11:39
    The annual Spring Goose Hunt has arrived once again in Eeyou-Istchee in James Bay. The hunters along with their families have returned to the the land for the Goose hunt. Elder Daniel Moses of Eastmain is grateful for another Spring Hunt. He shared some of the sacred rituals and traditions practised at their camp when the geese arrive. He spoke with CBC North Host Betsy Longchap in Eastern Cree.
    May 8, 2018
  • 08:38
    Ten years ago, Annie Aningmuig from Pangnirtung,Nunavut spent several months working in northern India with the Canada World Youth program. She now wants to help other Indigenous youth experience a year abroad. She's the Director of Indigenous Programming for Canada World Youth, and they're recruiting prospective participants for their next program. CBC North announcer Stephane Gunner spoke with her.
    May 8, 2018
  • 13:42
    Goose Break is about to start and with everyone getting ready to go out it's a good time to remember to be safe out there. On Eyou Dipajimoon today we spoke with Shawn Coonishish who is with the Eeyou Eenou Police Force (EEPF) and Sydney Loon from the community of Mistissini about the importance of being careful out there on the ice and being safe with guns.
    Apr 10, 2018
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