Wednesday, February 16, 2011 | Categories: Episode Update
Part one: Leonard Linklater of CBC Whitehorse hosts a special First Nations' edition of "The Story from Here" this week. We'll hear what happened to the Crowchild family outside the Calgary Children's hospital. The RCMP try to improve relations with a First Nations' reserve near Whitehorse. Leon Almightyvoice overcomes a stammer and now promotes speech therapy with his new voice. We'll also hear what legacy the Vancouver Olympics has left First Nations in British Columbia.
Part two: CBC 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. You'll hear how 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. 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.