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First Nations people have long passed on knowledge from generation to generation through oral traditions, including storytelling. Storytelling is a traditional method used to teach about cultural beliefs, values, customs, rituals, history, practices, relationships, and ways of life. First Nations storytelling is a foundation for holistic learning, relationship building, and experiential learning. Traditionally, it is during the winter months that First Nations storytelling occurs. Virtual storytelling sessions will be available on our website throughout the entire month of February.

2024 FEATURED STORYTELLERS:

2024 Featured Storytellers
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CAROL
ESTRALSHENEN

Carol Estralshenen is from the English River First Nation (Denesuline). Carol is knowledgeable dene language specialist and a former St. Louis teacher. Not only is she a fantastic storyteller but a gifted traditional beader. Her stories are captivating, yet another powerful storyteller that offers Indigenous knowledge and teachings.

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LYNDON
LINKLATER

Lyndon Linklater is a traditional knowledge keeper and storyteller. He is a member of the Thunderchild First Nation (Plains Cree) in Treaty 6 and has roots in Couchiching First Nation (Fort Francis, Ontario) in Treaty 3. He is a powerful storyteller that utilizes Indigenous teachings that involve knowledge of ceremonies and mixes humour to deliver a poignant message.

STORYTELLING REGISTRATION

2024 Storytelling Registration

2024 Registration

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2024 Storytelling Sessions

STORYTELLING SESSIONS

Indigenous Storyteller:
CAROL ESTRALSHENEN

Recommended for:
All Ages

Indigenous Storyteller:
Lyndon LINKLATER

Recommended for:
High-school students; Post-secondary students

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