Kukukwes.com – The Podcast: Episode 9

Dale Poulette from Eskasoni, N.S. practices on his fiddle while camping at the Alton Natural Gas Storage Project site. Paulette has been at the site since Sept. 2016/Photo by Stephen Brake

Kukukwes.com – The Podcast: Episode 9
Recorded on April 9, 2017
Host: Maureen Googoo

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Podcast includes:

1. Reporter Samantha Calio’s interview with Delilah Saunders, the sister of murder victim Loretta Saunders, about an upcoming appeal for one of her sister’s killers. Read the news story here: kukukwes.com/2017/04/11/loretta-saunders-sister-upset-with-killer-appealing-conviction/

2. Interview with Dale Poulette of Eskasoni, N.S. who has been camping out at the Alton Natural Gas Storage project site since September 2016. Read the news story here: kukukwes.com/2017/04/19/eskasoni-man-camps-at-alton-site-to-protect-river-practice-treaty-rights/

3. Interview with Mi’kmaw basketmaker Virick Francis who is organizing a delegation of Indigenous artists and performers to attend a cultural festival in France this summer. Read the news story here: kukukwes.com/2017/04/22/mikmaw-basketmaker-invited-back-to-international-cultural-festival-in-france/


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About Maureen Googoo 139 Articles
Maureen Googoo is an award-winning journalist from Indian Brook First Nation (Sipekne'katik) in Nova Scotia. She has worked in news for 30 years for media outlets such as CBC Radio, the Chronicle-Herald and the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network. Maureen has an arts degree in political science from Saint Mary's University in Halifax, a post-graduate degree in journalism from Ryerson University in Toronto and a Masters degree in journalism from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in New York City.