CPAC’s Danielle Young visits Kitcisakik, an Algonquin community located in northern Quebec. Danielle speaks with residents about day-to-day life in their community, which operates without running water or electricity.
She also interviews leaders in the community about major issues facing Kitcisakik and the steps being taken to improve these issues. Among the interviewees are James Paptie (the co-ordinator of the Wanaki Project) and Edmond Brazeau (the chief of Kitcisakik).
This documentary series takes viewers inside five diverse Native communities across the country for an intimate look at what’s shaping, challenging, improving, and impeding life among Canada’s Native population.
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