In the Field | Sep 25, 2012 | 27:28

Learning about Traditions

Parents are taking their children to a shoe store in Edmonton to learn how to tie their shoelaces. Producer Caroline Hillier goes out in the boat with her father to learn how he used to fish cod, and Inuit women attend a workshop to learn how their grandmothers made sealskin boots.

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