The Lowa Beebe Show
Listen to the Lowa Beebe Show, Friday mornings at 9 on the Windspeaker Radio Network. Click here for frequencies across Alberta
Lowa speaks with Elder Norman Manyfingers of the Blood Tribe. In 1990, he won the right to wear his braids while serving as a member of the Calgary City Police.
Lowa speaks with 2018 Canadian Long Drive Golf Champion Irene Crowchild from Tsuut’ina Nation & Macyn Morningbull from Piikani Nation; the 2019 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Assoc. Champion for Women’s Basketball
This week, Lowa sits down with award winning actress Stacy Da Silva from Saddle Lake Cree Nation, and Michael Greyeyes from Muskeg Lake First Nation. He is an acclaimed actor, Dancer, Director and Educator
Lowa speaks with Rob St. Denis from Community Futures Treaty Seven, and Mario Auger from Oteenow Training & Employment Society
Lowa speaks with Dr. Lana Potts, Family Physician at the Siksika Health and Wellness Centre & Medical Director at Elbow River Healing Lodge in Calgary, and Dr. Quintina Adolpho PHD, Mental Health Clinic Lead at the Siksika Health and Wellness Centre
Lowa speaks with Francis (Butch) Wolfleg from Siksika Nation & Language Co-ordinator Brian Lightning from Samson Cree Nation.
Lowa speaks with Artists Kalum Teke Dan & Keegan Starlight
This week, Lowa speaks with Sherri Kellock from Bigstone Cree Nation. She shares her story of growing up in Calgary, her career & reconnecting with her family & Monique Bulmer from Mistawasis First Nation
This week, Lowa speaks with Rick Wilson, Alberta's Indigenous Relations Minister & 11 year old Roderick Wells-Wapass, they both share their stories of creating awareness and support for the Moosehide Campaign.
This week, Lowa speaks with hockey athletes Reggie Leach & Brent Dodginghorse. They both share their stories of their lives and careers.
This week, Lowa sits down with Alanis Obomsawin and Beverly Hungry Wolf, in recognition of International Women's Day 2020
This week, Valerie McDougall & Brooklynn Chief both share their thoughts on the closure of schools in Albera due to COVID-19 crisis
This week, Lowa Speaks with Stacy Doore & Derek Montour. They both share their thoughts on Emergency management on their Nations due the COVID-19 Crisis.
This week, Lowa talks with Former NHL players Brandon Nolan from Garden River First Nation in Northern Ontario, & Shane Peacock from the Enoch Cree Nation
This week, Lowa Speaks Former Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day and Elder Dave Courchene. They both speak to Indigenous traditional knowledge and History.
This Week, Lowa sits down with Sarah Sinclair from Peguis First Nation in Manitoba. She provides legal service’s for the Indigenous Program at Calgary Legal Guidance & Tom Jackson from Whitefish Lake First Nation. He is the Chief Executive Officer for Goodfish Lake Business Corporation
This Week, Lowa sits down with Sheila North and Stephanie Harp, both of whom speak to their advocacy with the MMIWG Movement.
This Week, Lowa speaks with Rhonda Head from Opaskwayak Cree Nation in Manitoba. She is a Six Time international award winning classical singer. Singer-Songwriter Tracy Bone also joins Lowa. Bone is from Brokenhead Ojibway Nation in Manitona
This Week, Lowa speaks with Authors David A Robinson from Norway house Cree Nation in Manitoba and Tracy Campbell from Michel First Nation in Northern Alberta.
This Week, Lowa speaks with Lawyer Daryl Royer and Dr. Linda Many Guns
This week, Lowa speaks with the staff from the new Stoney Nakoda Smitty’s & the General Manager of the Stoney Nakoda Resort, both located off of highway one on the way to Banff. First Nation owned, both business speak to services, history, employment and how they are managing during this new COVID environment.
This week, Lowa is in conversation with Alex Scalplock from the Siksika Nation of the Blackfoot Confederacy. A champion Prairie Chicken Dancer on the Pow wow circuit, Alex reflects on his youth growing up with his late father Alex Scalplock Sr.
This week, Lowa speaks with Stephen Yellow Old Women from Blackfoot Crossing in Siksika Nation. He discusses the innovative ways they are providing programs and the re-opening of the facility to the public in October. Lowa also chats with Jeron Rainy Chief, Owner of 49 Design. Jeron discusses his five-year journey building his brand and the opening of his new retail location in Calgary.
This week, Lowa talks with Sheldon Wuttunee. He shares stories from his cultural upbringing, hockey career, education and professional career. In 2018, he supported Colten Bouchie’s family during the trial of Gerald Stanley, featured in the awarded winning documentary ‘We Stand Up,’ which is now free on the NFB website.
This week, Lowa features Alberta musicians Ira Provost & Rudy Strangling Wolf
This week, Lowa speaks with Former leader Eldon Weaselchild from the Siksika Nation & Author Kerry Gladue
On the show, Lowa speaks with Ruby Littlechild, Alistair James, & Dirk Scharbatke, from SNC-Lavalin. From 2018 to 2019 they collaborated on three projects with Ermineskin Cree Nation in Alberta
This week, Suzanne Trottier, Vice-President of Indigenous Trust Services at FNB Trust joins Lowa. Suzanne is member of the Manitoba Metis Federation
Former BC Chief Shane Gottfriedson joins the Lowa Beebe Show. Chief Gottfriedson is part-owner of Powwow Trail Coffee, which aims to grow partnerships with Tim Hortons & Indigenous nations/groups across Canada.
This week, Lowa interviews Steve Saddleback from Samson Cree Nation, Director of the National Energy Business Centre of Excellence & Frank Busch from Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation, CEO of NationFUND
Lowa speaks with best-selling author Thomas King. They discuss the time he worked at the University of Lethbridge & the relationships he built at the Blood Tribe. His newest bestseller is Indians on Vacation.
Lowa interviews Bert Crowfoot, Canadian journalist, photographer & TV producer. His is CEO & founder of the Aboriginal Multimedia Society of Alberta, the parent company of 88.1 CJWE Calgary and 98.5 CFWE Edmonton.
This week, Lowa interviews Lance Tailfeathers, a leader, artist, musician, producer & more! We discuss his growing up & the early days of his career
Lowa interviews Josh Giesbrecht from Roseau River First Nation, Manitoba. He is the President of Exchange PPE and a Cannabis industry investor. As well, Vanessa Stiffarm from the Blood Tribe joins the show. Vanessa is the 2016 Calgary Stampede First Nation Princess and is now working on her Bachelor of Arts & Science degree
Lowa Speaks with Dallas Arcand from Alexander First Nation. A three-time World Champion Hoop Dancer as well as a motivational speaker, storyteller, and musician. He is a multi-talented artist who won the world spotlight with his astonishing Hoop Dancing at the 2010 Olympic Games for opening ceremonies and 20 years performing at the Calgary Stampede.
Lowa is in Conversation with Senator Murray Sinclair, his Ojibway name is ‘The One Who Speaks of Pictures in the Sky.’
Artist Lance Cardinal and Blackfoot Singer-Songwriter Armond Duck Chief joins Lowa
Lowa interviews Joan Jack from Berens River First Nation in Manitoba. She is well known for work over the years as a teacher, lawyer, knowledge keeper, activist and social media influencer.
Tristan Monague from Beausoleil First Nation in Ontario joins Lowa this week. He holds a BA in Psychology and a MA in Counselling Psychology with a focus on intergenerational trauma from Univ. of Victoria
This week, Lowa interviews acclaimed Cree actor Billy Merasty from Brochet, Manitoba. At the beginning of his career he graduated from the Native Theatre School and then worked for the Native Earth Performing Arts. Over his the years he gained experience in performing arts and multi-media experience; which includes Theatre, Opera, TV and Film. Three of his most notable roles have included the real-life stories of Chief Black Hawk, Donald Marshall Jr. and Elijah Harper.
Lowa Interviews Lorraine Whitman, President of the Native Women’s Association of Canada. She shares her experiences and challenges in working with the Federal Government.
This week, Lowa interviews Clayton Whitney, Manager of the Tsuut’ina Nation Buffalo Paddock. He shares the history of the Buffalo Paddock on his Nation and the historical significance of the Buffalo to his people. The Nation has grown its herd of Buffalo since 1980, with this year's herd totalling 355 Buffalo. Clayton also shares details of their annual Round-Up and the challenges they have faced caring for the herd during the pandemic.
Lowa interviews fashion designer Tracy Toulouse from Sagamok Anishnawbek First Nation in northern Ontario. Her clothing and handbag designs incorporate striking appliqué, beads, quills, antler bone, ribbon work and fur.
On the show this week, Lowa interviews Mohawk filmmaker Courtney Montour about her film ‘Mary Two-Axe Earley: I Am Indian Again.’ This film is a powerful story of Mary Two-Axe Earley
In honor of Indigenous Veterans Day on November 8, Lowa Interviews Indigenous Veteran Jack Hennie from Lac La Ronge, Saskatchewan. He served 25 years in the Canadian Military, retiring in 2019.
This week, Lowa interviews Teresa Snow from Stoney Nakoda First Nation, Goodstoney Band in southern Alberta. She is a knowledge keeper and multi-talented artist who works within various mediums.
Lowa interviews Jesse Wente, Ojibwe from the Serpent River First Nation in Ontario. He is known as a Broadcaster, Indigenous Advocate, Pop Culture Philosopher and Author.
This week, Lowa interviews Chief Derek Nepinak of Pine Creek First Nation, Manitoba. In the past, he served two terms as the Grand Chief of The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, representing 62 First Nation Bands with a population of 151,000 Indigenous people in Manitoba.
Michelle Thrush, an award-winning actor from Treaty 4, born & raised in Calgary, sits down with Lowa. Thrush recently added to her credits, the movie Prey, an all-Indigenous led cast.