Stories From The Land Returns For Season 3

Season 3 of the Stories From The Land podcast is finally here! After a brief hiatus (and after being pitched to CBC TV/Radio for development) we are back with 36 brand new stories for you!

A reminder, Stories From The Land was a recipient of the prestigious Canada Council For The Arts Reconciliation Grant in 2016, and in the Fall of 2016, toured 30 different Indigenous communities to gather stories, to tell stories, and to remind each other what it mean to be who we are as Indigenous Peoples!

We have big plans for Season 3! On top of dozens of NEW stories, we are hitting the road in 2019, hosting live events/recordings, more workshops, and more community building events through storytelling!

We are so excited to be back! Enjoy the stories!


In this episode we hear from Anishinaabe storyteller, Brian Charles, as he shares a story that may change the way Canada thinks of itself and the War of 1812.

Special thanks to Alexa Scully, Alycia Wassagejig, Lakehead University Orillia, and to the surrounding communities that made our live recording at Lakehead a massive success!


In this episode of Stories From The Land, Dakota storytellers, Joely BigEagle Kequahtooway, reminds us all that we are the land and the land is us.

A big thank you to Sakewewak, Trudy Stewart, Mispon Festival, The Curtain Razors Theatre Company and all those that made our stop in Treaty 4 a special one!


In this episode of Stories From The Land we feature the erotic hilarity of Anishinaabe poet, writer and academic, Geraldine King. Geraldine brilliantly reminds us that there is no love in colonialism, that decolonization starts with our bodies, and that NDN's love to laugh!

A special thanks to Carlton University, Dr. Kahente Horn Miller, Benny Michaud, and all of the people that helped behind the scenes to make this tour stop come together!