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Daniel Richer

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Since time immemorial, members of Canada’s First Peoples have passed knowledge and wisdom from one generation to the next through storytelling, it is much more than entertainment; This time-honored tradition is a wonderful way to keep our connection with the world that surrounds us as we see it and the things that we find important cultural beliefs, rituals, history, and life lessons.


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As a sickly child, I learned our stories at the feet of my grandmother Rose, she was wise in the ways and traditions of our people and like all Elders generous with her time and her attention. I grew up and did many things that had to do with sharing the words; teaching, acting but it is when I started to share our traditional stories, first with my sons and then for others that I really started to enjoy my life on stage and in classrooms.

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