The Urban Access to Traditional Food: Understanding Wild Game documentary was developed to capture the relationships being built and work happening within the Thunder Bay District Health Unit and the Indigenous Food Circle and partner organizations around the topic of accessing wild game in an urban context. The short documentary provides viewers with the cultural importance of accessing traditional foods for Indigenous people and presents the barriers that organizations face, while focusing on a path forward for further collaboration and understanding.

We made reference to a lot of documents during that documentary.... but not to worry, you can review them for yourself below.

Guidelines

for Serving Wild Game at an Event in Thunder Bay
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Application

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IN THIS VIDEO

Vince Simon
Ka-Na-Chi-Hih Treatment Centre

Jeordi Pierre
School of Indigenous Learning

Jessica McLaughlin
Indigenous Food Circle

Roseanna Hudson
Indigenous Friendship Centre

Charlene Baglien
Indigenous Friendship Centre

Dr. Joseph LeBlanc
Northern Ontario School of Medicine

Ivan Ho
Thunder Bay District Health Unit

Dr. Janet DeMille
Thunder Bay District Health Unit

Rich Francis
Chef and Owner, Seventh Fire Hospitality Group

PRODUCED WITH SUPPORT FROM
SPECIAL THANKS TO

Tyler Waboose

Bradley Gilbeau-Bannon

Shelby Gagnon

Dr. Charles Levkoe

Jeordi Pierre

Karen Kerk

Rhonda Bill

Victoria Pullia

Rachel Globensky

Rachel Portinga

Elder Marlene Thusm

Elder Gene Nowgejick

The Staff at the Ka-Na-Chi-Hih Treatment Centre

Roots to Harvest

Marcel Bananish