Anishinaabek Voices website is a work in constant progress.  The design and content are being continually updated and fine tuned.  The decision was made to launch this website, even though it is not "finished", so that people can start enjoing the photos, videos and audio recordings now! 

We hope that you enjoy what we have done so far and check back often to see what we have added.

We also invite you to "Be part of the story" by helping us identify people and places in the photos and sharing your memories and stories.

Check out Anishinaabek Voices archives by community.  If we have a photo, video or audio recording that we know is from a specific community then it will be linked  to that community  as well as  the photo, video or audio archive pages.

These archival photographs have been shared with Anishinaabek Voices by many different people.  

Often there is not much information about the photos

IF YOU CAN IDENTIFY PEOPLE / PLACES THEN PLEASE USE THE CONTACT FORM TO SEND US DETAILS AND WE WILL ADD THEM INTO THE DESCRIPTION SO THEY CAN BECOME PART OF THE STORY.

A collection of videos, including many interviews with elders, that have been separated into 4 categories based on the primary theme of the video.  In many cases themes do overlap categories - so check them all out!

A large collection of audio recordings of interviews with elders in Kingfisher Lake,  Wawakapewin, Wapekeka and Wunnumin First Nations.  These were recorded  in 2007 as part of an Aboriginal Languages Initiative (ALI) project.  ALI, funded by Heritage Canada, is a component of the Aboriginal Peoples’ Program that supports the preservation and revitalization of Indigenous languages through community-based projects and activities.

QUICK LINKS

T: 807-737-7373 | F: 807-737-3650 | voices@kerc.ca

www.kwayaciiwin.com

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