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"Podcasting allows Indigenous stories to be broadcasted across the world in a way that gives Indigenous peoples more agency, flexibility, and creative liberties -- thus challenging colonial legacies, and the stereotypical representations that exist within it" (Taylor Mitchell, 2017, "Indigenous Podcasting: Resisting the colonial paradigm")
Two Crees in a Pod
2 Crees in a Pod, hosted by Amber Dion and Terri Cardinal, unapologetically creates space for Indigenous resurgence. Our intention is to disrupt western colonial systems and honor Indigenous helping practices.
Book Women Podcast
This podcast is by and for Indigenous peoples who have an interest in editing, publishing, and writing Indigenous stories. The hope is to inspire Indigenous peoples to share their stories in whatever medium that they enjoy. Hosted by Tanya Ball, Sheila Laroque, and Kayla Lar-Son.
Métis in Space
Chelsea Vowel and Molly Swain, both Métis, drink a bottle of wine and review sci-fi movies and television shows from a critical Indigenous lens.
All My Relations
Hosted by Matika Wilbur (Swinomish and Tulalip) and Adrienne Keene (Cherokee Nation), All My Relations explores what it means to be a Native person in 2019 and onwards. To be an Indigenous person is to be engaged in relationships—relationships to land and place, to a people, to non-human relatives, and to one another. All My Relations is a place to explore those relationships, and to think through Indigeneity in all its complexities.
Coffee & Quaq
The mission of Coffee & Quaq is to celebrate, share, and explore the collective experience of contemporary Native life in urban Alaska. Created by Alice Qannik Glenn, Coffee & Quaq aims to incite discussion on topics of interest for young Alaska Native people and bring awareness to the various facets of modern Indigenous life.
The Henceforward is a podcast that considers relationships between Indigenous Peoples and Black Peoples on Turtle Island. Co-produced by Eve Tuck and Sefanit Habtom.
Kīwew is a five-part podcast in which Governor General award-winning author David A. Robertson dives into his family's history and mysteries as he discovers and connects with his Cree identity.
An 8-part series that tells the stories of four students: three who survived and one who didn’t. They attended one of Canada’s most notorious residential schools – where unsolved deaths, abuse, and lies haunt the community and the survivors to this day. Hosted by Duncan McCue.
Land Back uncovers land theft in Canada and looks at how Indigenous people are reclaiming their territories, identities and lives.
Love, Land & Spirit
Love, Land & Spirit is a podcast series about connection, community, culture, and Indigeneity. Written and hosted by a team of four Indigenous youth, Love, Land & Spirit aims to create discussion between youth and knowledge holders about interconnected topics in their lives – in conversation and celebration of Indigenous joy and excellence.
The Matriarch Movement
Shayla Stonechild focuses on uplifting Indigenous female voices, from a wide range of fields.
Missing & Murdered
A CBC News original podcast hosted by investigative reporter Connie Walker.
Who are the Metis? It’s complicated. This podcast explores the history of Metis people in Manitoba, beginning with Louis Riel who was hero to some and traitor to others. Host Stephanie Cram unravels the intricate history of the Metis...and follows the thread from resistance to renaissance.
A podcast about a young man's journey to understand his Indigenous identity. Since the day he was old enough, Jeremy knew he was different. A mix of Woodland Cree and white European heritage, he has experienced life through both vantage points – as well as the stereotypes. Join 19-year-old Jeremy Ratt on a journey of self discovery as he seeks to understand his roots and all of the distinct "pieces" that form who he is today.
Sacred Earth Talk Radio
Isaac Murdoch and Christi Belcourt host this bi-weekly LIVE call in radio program. Call in number: (657) 383-0048.
The Secret Life of Canada
The Secret Life of Canada is a podcast about the country you know and the stories you don't. Join hosts Leah-Simone Bowen and Falen Johnson as they reveal the beautiful, terrible and weird histories of this land. Season 4 launches February 3, 2022, with episodes releasing twice a month.
Story-telling / Story-listening
Story-telling / Story-listening podcast explores multiple Indigenous and cultural epistemologies (worldviews, sciences, pedagogies, cosmology). It documents a practice of recording oral stories/teachings as a method of preparation for climate change (changes to land, water, living beings and inter-relationships). Host Jessica Hum aims to build relationships of mutual respect and reciprocity, producing a series of podcasts which serve as a boundary object. As a self-identified Indigenous-Chinese-Canadian person, this research represents a step in the direction of her own personal decolonization.
Telling Our Twisted Histories
Words connect us. Words hurt us. Indigenous histories have been twisted by centuries of colonization. Host Kaniehti:io Horn brings us together to decolonize our minds– one word, one concept, one story at a time.
This Land is hosted by Rebecca Nagle, an Oklahoma journalist and citizen of the Cherokee Nation. Season one explores how a cut-and-dry murder case opened an investigation into half the land in Oklahoma and the treaty rights of five tribes. Season two considers how Native children are being used to attack American Indian tribes and advance a conservative agenda.
Based on the acclaimed graphic novel anthology, This Place is a 10-part journey through one-hundred and fifty years of Indigenous resistance and resilience. Through dramatizations and interviews, along with your host and time-guide storyteller Rosanna Deerchild, the series reveals the heroes, battles, triumphs and traditions which live outside and beyond the national story we have been taught ... to learn, to share, and to heal the future of "this place" we call Canada.
A Tribe Called Geek
Describing themselves as "Indigenerdity for the geeks at the Powwow," A Tribe Called Geek talks everything from Star Wars to the survival of the First Voices festival. They cover video games, Indig-geek art, and Indigenous superheroes.
ᐃᓄᐃᑦ ᐅᓂᒃᑳᖏᑦ (Inuit Unikkaangit)
Host and Archivist Mary Powder reunites Inuit with stories from CBC North’s vast Inuktitut language archives by replaying them for the descendants of the original storytellers, some of whom are hearing them for the very first time.
Unreserved with Rosanna Deerchild
Unreserved is the radio space for Indigenous voices – our cousins, our aunties, our elders, our heroes. Rosanna Deerchild guides us on the path to better understand our shared story. Together, we learn and unlearn, laugh and become gentler in all our relations.