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1991-08-17 Segment 2.mp3
Dan Smoke and John Turner discuss the Stony Point First Nations reaffirming their land base and ways that community members can get involved in supporting Indigenous initiatives. A list of supportive agencies in London is also shared.

1992-05-09 Segment 1.mp3
Dan Smoke relays news that, after a lengthy process, the jury selection has been made for the trial on the 1990 Oka crisis. Dan exclaims that this was one of the longest jury selection processes in Canadian history. Dan also shares details about his…

1993-01-02 Segment 4.mp3
Guest speaker Harold Kohler reads an announcement from Andrew Bigsmoke about Protectors of Earth Day. After, Dan Smoke introduces the next segment, a review of the film “The Last of the Mohicans.”

1998-09-05 Segment 6.mp3
Dan and Mary Lou Smoke present two different reviews of the film Smoke Signals to listeners. After, Dan and Mary Lou discuss the use of radio broadcasting within the film as a way to teach non-Indigenous viewers the importance of the oral tradition…

1999-04-17 Segment 6.mp3
Dan and Mary Lou Smoke tell listeners about current events happening in and around the London area.

2000-05-06 Segment 5.mp3
Dan Smoke tells listeners about the first Condolence Ceremony taking place at the Mohawk Nation Longhouse, a sacred ceremony that has not taken place since the 1970s. The ceremony raises and elevates Chiefs, Clan Mothers and Faith Keepers of a…

2001-04-28 Segment 1.mp3
Dan Smoke educates listeners about the significance of his spirit name, given to him at the Onondaga Longhouse on the Six Nations reserve. Dan explains that there is a lot of pride in having a name that ties one to their relatives, to nature, and to…
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