https://www.nfb.ca/film/fort_good_hope/embed/player/<p style=”width:(( width ))px”><a href=”https://www.nfb.ca/film/fort_good_hope/” target=”_blank”><em>Fort Good Hope</em></a><span>, </span><a href=”/explore-all-directors/ron-orieux/” title=”more films by Ron Orieux” target=”_blank”><span>Ron Orieux</span></a><span>, </span><a href=”https://www.nfb.ca” target=”_blank”>National Film Board of Canada</a></p>
Lee’s timeline challenged popular theories insisting that humans didn’t reach the heart of North America until after the Laurentide Ice Sheet receded from what is now the northern United States. This glacial retreat heralded the end of the Ice Age roughly 20,000 years ago. Soon, major journals refused to publish Lee’s controversial papers on Sheguiandah, and as the discussion faded from public forums, the site itself was slowly forgotten. As Lee’s son Robert noted in 2005, “In 1987 neutral observers characterized it as ‘Canada’s most neglected major site of the past 30 years.'”
see the whole article here —->>>> The “Neglected” Archaeological Mystery on the World’s Largest Lake Island | RealClearScience
Sharing this good news “History will be made as the bell rings welcoming students into Ojibwa and Cree bilingual classes in Winnipeg next week.
The new language program run out of Isaac Brock School in the West End will have kindergarten students taught entirely in either Cree or Ojibwa.”
check out the story here: Winnipeg school to make history with Ojibwa, Cree bilingual classes – Manitoba – CBC News