Cheryl Wapachee works for CBC North's Cree unit in Montreal.
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Cree hope toxic Quebec mine site can have a new life
Efforts to clean up one of the worst abandoned mine sites in Quebec are moving forward. Government officials, scientists and representatives from nearby communities recently met to continue work on a rehabilitation plan.
'Healthy minds, healthy hearts': Cree youth tackle diabetes, addiction at conference
The Cree Nation Youth Council teamed up with the Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay for this year's winter gathering.
Cree translator in House of Commons 'proud' to be part of history
Priscilla Bosum was asked to simultaneously translate from Eastern Cree into English in the House of Commons for New Democratic MP Romeo Saganash.
10 years sober: Cree woman shares impacts of alcohol in viral video
On the 10th anniversary of quitting drinking, Carol-Ann Tanoush of Nemaska, Que., shares an emotional video about the impacts of alcohol on her life and how she broke the cycle of addiction for her family.