A short documentary, co-produced by and the Center for Northern Studies, was conducted during the intergenerational and intercultural camp held in August 2013 with the Cree Whapmagoostui, Quebec, east of Hudson Bay . It is an excellent introduction to KNOWLEDGE project, funded in part by APR 2014 (OHIM Nunavik - ROHM).
A group of 18 people of all ages spent five days in the territory in order to share their knowledge and gather around the themes of northern plants, climate change and environmental sciences. This group included four seniors, four young seven assistants camp Whapmagoostui Northern Studies Centre two researchers and a filmmaker Wapikoni.
A cross-generational and cross-cultural land HAS taken up camp in August 2013 in the Cree community of Whapmagoostui, eastern Hudson Bay is, Quebec. A party of 18 people of all ages Spent five days together on the land to Share Their mutual knowledge and to come together around the themes of northern plants, climate change and environmental sciences. The group included Elders oven, oven Youth, and seven field assistants from Whapmagoostui, two Researchers from the Centre for Northern Studies and a filmmaker from Wapikoni.
To quote: Marcoux-Fortier, I., Gérin-Lajoie, J.,Masty, M., Mukash, M., George, S., Hébert-Houle, E., Bhiry, N., Vincent, W., Barnard, C. and Lévesque, E. 2013. Eeyu Cheschaaydamowin/The Plant Gathering Project/À la cueillette du savoir. Short documentary co-produced by Whapmagoostui First Nation and Centre d'études nordiques. Creation of Wapikoni Mobile. December 2013. 21 minutes.