Jan 5, 2011 | 27:30The Story From Here January 5, 2011 - Part 2 Audio
The Story From Here January 5, 2011 - Part 2 Jan 5, 2011 | 27:30A musical reunion for father and daughter in Yellowknife. Young bike thieves learn to fix bikes. Clothing ex-cons. He was wrongfully convicted, after 27 years Ivan Henry is a free man. A Calgary doctor gives up career after diagnosed with Alzheimer's.
Feb 9, 2011 | 27:30The Story From Here February 9, 2011 - Part 2 Audio
The Story From Here February 9, 2011 - Part 2 Feb 9, 2011 | 27:30Part Two of this special Far North edition of The Story from Here. Host Abraham Tagalik of CBC Iqaluit brings us the story of Inuit pilot Johnny May who is going to be featured in a 3D movie. We'll hear about Inuit health concerns in Nunatsiavut and join Joanna Awa who is trying to quit smoking with the help of school children in Iqaluit.
Feb 9, 2011 | 24:59The Story From Here February 9, 2011 - Part 1 Audio
The Story From Here February 9, 2011 - Part 1 Feb 9, 2011 | 24:59This week it's the Far North edition of The Story From Here, hosted by Abraham Tagalik in Iqaluit. We hear highlights from the annual Inuvik sunrise festival, and explore two animal mysteries: why are 25 lb arctic hares turning up on doorsteps in Grise Fiord, and why are dead harp seals washing ashore in Nunatsiavut, Labrador? Some Inuvialuit women in the Northwest Territories are awakening the custom of facial tattoos, and we visit an Inuit kindergarten in Ottawa.
Feb 16, 2011 | 27:29The Story From Here February 16, 2011 - Part 2 Audio
The Story From Here February 16, 2011 - Part 2 Feb 16, 2011 | 27:29CBC broadcasts in a number of First Nations languages and you’ll hear a few. We’ll learn how a dictionary is preserving the Cheslatta Carrier language heritage in British Columbia. An alcohol ban has been helping the Mushuau Innu of Natuashish, Labrador. Alcohol hasn’t been a problem for the people of Old Crow since Joe Linklater became chief. Now he’s stepping down, confident his community is going strong without him. You’ll also hear from a museum curator who’s paying thousands of dollars for two Maliseet fans that sold for pennies in 19th century New Brunswick.