Proposed and hosted by Lachlan Madill, Urban Nations is a new program about Indigenous People who live or work in the Montreal area. The ten episode series will feature inspiring individuals from different Indigenous nations who are doing something unique to maintain their culture along with their identity. Each person in the series explains their upbringing and how their culture helped shape who they are today. The show unveils how it is to be Indigenous and living or working in the Montreal area while keeping strong roots in one’s home community and traditions. Urban Nations will show the rich Indigenous cultures which have played an important part of Montreal’s history and will continue to be an important part of the city’s future. While educating people the show also hopes to dispel stereotypes and get people interested in Indigenous history.
Programmation de la semaine
Marie-Ève Bordeleau is a Cree lawyer who has spent most of her life in Montreal. She is a member of the Waswanipi Cree Nation and works out of Kahnawake. She talks of her strong roots with the North and the community of Senneterre where she was born. Marie-Ève Bordeleau is working hard to help Indigenous People in remote communities get access to justice and to be treated equally.
Marie-Ève Bordeleau, Lawyer and Mediator, Kahnawake (Cree); Martha Montour, Lawyer and Mediator, Kahnawake; Lucie Lachapelle, Mother of Marie-Ève Bordeleau, Film Maker and Writer
- Mardi 25 juillet 2017 10:00
- Mardi 25 juillet 2017 19:00
- Mercredi 26 juillet 2017 00:00
- Mercredi 26 juillet 2017 13:00
- Jeudi 27 juillet 2017 04:30
- Jeudi 27 juillet 2017 11:00
- Jeudi 27 juillet 2017 18:00
- Vendredi 28 juillet 2017 01:00
- Vendredi 28 juillet 2017 14:00
- Samedi 29 juillet 2017 05:00
- Dimanche 30 juillet 2017 10:00
- Dimanche 30 juillet 2017 19:00