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Investigation and information received from the public lead police to believe Jamie may be travelling towards British Columbia. However, this has not been confirmed.
Remington and Rhodes Buffalo, members of the Samson Cree Nation, and Utin Lightning and Nasland Ermineskin of Ermineskin Cree Nation will be attending school and playing hockey in Florida for the season.
The Flowing into Right Relationship workshop series is aimed to help a fracturing society understand each other better, by sharing paradigms to increase empathy, understanding, service, and business potential.
“My life is partly much the same and partly very different from the lives of most people. Lights, camera, action, years of travel within and beyond my own communities has resulted in a body of experience, knowledge, and, hopefully, good judgment.” — Buffy Sainte-Marie
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The Indigenous Music Countdown is hosted by Roz, who spotlights today’s best new Indigenous music. Listen Saturday nights at 9 on Windspeaker Radio
Listen Saturday mornings at 8 for Conversational Nakoda. Join Alice, Thomas and Jeremy for a fun interactive half-hour of Nakoda words, stories, music and lots of laughs! Made possible by the Department of Canadian Heritage.
This 37 year old grew up in the Northern part of Manitoba - (Brochet-Lynn Lake). This is where he learned to play a simple chord and that chord sparked into an inextinguishable fire for his love of music at the age of 15.
He then moved to Thompson, MB in 2007 where he worked for 11 years Playing in local bars, socials and weddings across the province on his free time. Throughout his childhood and adult life he has always been around the music scene learning to sing and play.
In June of 2017, he made his way out to Maple Ridge, B.C. to meet producer Tom Mckillip and Richard quickly found himself in the studio. Richard is currently working in an underground mine in Bissett, Manitoba and juggles music and work, looking forward to doing more recording in the near future.