2022: a CBC Indigenous video year in review

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CBC Indigenous Video Producer Kevin Nepitabo took a look back through our coverage and captured some of the biggest moments of 2022.

From coast to coast to coast: Indian Horse Relays, a Papal apology, reconnection, sharing of culture and more

2022: a CBC Indigenous year in review

CBC Indigenous Video Producer Kevin Nepitabo took a look back through our coverage and captured some of the biggest moments of 2022.

From learning on the land, to a papal apology that left some asking for more, to reconnecting and sharing of cultures and remembrance of those who served, 2022 had numerous stories that captured our attention. 

CBC Indigenous video producer Kevin Nepitabo looked back through the year’s coverage to share some of the top stories from coast to coast to coast in 2022. 

You can reread and rewatch some of these stories here:

WATCH | Two cultures hooked on ice fishing meet to share different techniques

Two cultures hooked on ice fishing meet to share different techniques

One catches char, the other smelt. One uses a branch as a pole, the other prefers bone. Jordan Takkriuq, an Inuk man from Gjoa Haven, Nunavut, goes to Elsipogtog First Nation in New Brunswick, to learn Mi’kmaq ice fishing techniques from Irving Peterpaul.

WATCH | Mi’Kmaw Native Friendship Centre hosts Indigenous Remembrance Day service

Indigenous Veterans Day service held in Halifax

A service was held at the Mi’Kmaw Native Friendship Centre. Colleen Jones has the story.



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