Doc Zone | Season 2011-2012, Episode 0 | Dec 7, 2011 | 2:00

    Walk through history with Wab Kinew

    Join the host of the 8th Fire series, Wab Kinew, as he takes a walk through the history of the troubled relationship between Aboriginals and Non Aboriginals in Canada.

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