Cameron Perrier

Cameron Perrier is an associate producer with CBC in Toronto. Raised in the Prairies, he started with CBC as a Joan Donaldson scholar. Proud of his Métis ancestry from Quebec, Cameron aims to highlight Indigenous voices and perspectives.

Latest from Cameron Perrier

'I want to be like Hannah': An athlete's influence through sport at Indigenous Games

When Hannah Morningstar throws her javelin spear, she knows her family is always watching. And this time around, they were in the stands, cheering on as she competed at the 2017 North American Indigenous Games.

Small but mighty: Kahnawà:ke paddlers glide through competition for 2nd year

At its heart, the Kahnawà:ke canoe and kayak team is dedicated to having fun, but that hasn’t stopped them from being serious competition on the water at the 2017 North American Indigenous Games.

Team B.C. goes for gold again in U16 girls basketball

B.C.'s under-16 girls basketball team will play for the gold medal for the second straight time in the North American Indigenous Games.

'She's my No. 1 fan': Mom and daughter have deep roots in Indigenous Games

Katana Arcand was a four-year-old spectator when she first attended the North American Indigenous Games in 2006. This year, she is back at the games as a competitor.

Competition as much about culture, teamwork as it is basketball

Day one for basketball at the North American Indigenous Games also meant a first day for many athletes on the basketball court.

Golf brings teen closer to grandmother and Indigenous history

When the prairies of Manitoba defrost from a bitter winter, Ryan Blair eagerly moves from the hockey rink to his favourite place, the golf course.

Sisters Melody and Lylee Horn stick together, on and off the soccer field

When Melody and Lylee Horn step on the soccer pitch, they have each other’s backs. The duo will be representing their home reserve of Kahnawá:ke in soccer at the North American Indigenous Games that run from July 16-22 in Toronto.

Hannah Morningstar brings good-luck braids and cultural pride to Indigenous Games

When Hannah Morningstar has her hair in a braid, she says it’s her good-luck charm. The 16-year-old from the Atikameksheng First Nation in northern Ontario will need all the luck her braid brings as she competes in javelin and discus at the North American Indigenous Games in Toronto.

Bell Let's Talk about Indigenous mental health

The federal government has a fiduciary obligation to help Indigenous communities dealing with mental health crises. Should private charities have to step in to make up the difference?

Are you related to this man? A UK village wants to talk to you

A parish in the United Kingdom is searching for a possible Winnipeg connection to the Second World War.