Bannock, wild meat and indigenous food sovereignty
Food! We can't live without it, yet it's rarely dinner conversation. Unreserved is nourishing your brain with stories about delicious delicacies.
Unreserved's senior bannockologist, Tim Fontaine, takes a look at where bannock comes from and what place it has in today's indigenous society.
Althea Guiboche wanted to lend her hand to help fight homelessness. Her Got Bannock? initiative has 100 volunteers who make chili and bannock to feed people in Winnipeg's poorest neighbourhoods.
This time of year can be tough for families in need of a good meal. But a new program run by theLheidli T'enneh First Nation, in Prince George, B.C. is trying to help by giving people food and a space to cook it.
Cezin Nottaway grew up in the bush, helping her grandmothers prepare family meals. Now a trained chef and owner of the Wawatay Catering company in Manawaki, Que., she draws on her family traditions for inspired indigenous food with a modern twist.
Harry Davies - The Bannock Song
Ghostkeeper - Tea and Cree Talking
Shibastik - Hand Drum
Digging Roots - Plant the Seeds