Note: A similar version of this essay was published by SITE magazine in June 2017, titled “Towards an Architecture of Métis Resistence.” In 1986 an award-winning interpretive center opened at […]
On the Fringe: Urban Colonial Planning in Rooster Town, Manitoba Canada has a long history, far longer than our colonial history. Indigenous people have occupied Canada since time immemorial, and […]
Norman Fluery is an Elder, Michif language expert and storyteller from St. Lazare, Manitoba. His work is prolific and diverse in nature. Norman works tirelessly to promote and educate on […]
Jules Daignault is a Métis boat builder from Île-à-la-Crosse, Saskatchewan.