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Indigenous Knowledges and Perspectives

Featured film

Wild Archeology

"Guided by Indigenous archaeologist, Dr. Rudy Reimer (Squamish), and two adventure loving co-hosts Jenifer Brousseau (Ojibway/French) and Jacob Pratt (Dakota/ Saulteaux), we are taken on a quest through the mountains, waterways, plains, and Arctic landscapes of Canada’s ancient archaeological record to discover first-hand the untold story of the original peoples of North America."

Online Streaming Video Collections

Can-Core Academic Video
CAN-Core Academic Video is a Canadian streaming video platform with over 6,000 titles in a wide range of subject areas, including a large collection of documentary and feature films by Indigenous filmmakers. All of the titles in McIntyre Media’s Indigenous Videos university catalogue are available in CAN-Core

Search tip: Use the "Indigenous only content" filter to during your search for videos produced by indigenous filmmakers or videos with indigenous content.

Global Environmental Justice Project
An award-winning collection of over 30 films exploring human rights and environmental protection issues triggered by inequality, global development and climate change. The focus is on under-reported stories from Asia and North America currently and other regions will be added over time. 

National Film Board of Canada
This collection of over 500 productions, including documentaries, animations, experimental films, fiction, and interactive works. NFB showcases films that "take a stand on issues of global importance that matter to Canadians. Queen's Library has purchased public performance rights for educational use and display at Queen's