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Nature's Law
Spiritual Life, Governance, Culture, Traditions, Resources, Context and Background
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  • The Pipe Spirit
    The pipe is a sacred honor which has the power to carry messages and prayers to the Great Spirit. Series Coordinator - Dr. Earle Waugh
    © Dr. Earle Waugh & University of Alberta
     
  • The Plains People
    The Plains people have similarities as well as uniqueness in their creation. 
    Series Coordinator - Dr. Earle Waugh
    © Dr. Earle Waugh & University of Alberta
     
  • Political Implications of Marriage
    Members of different tribes who come together for marriage also bring together political relationships. Interviewer - Earle Waugh, PhD.
     
  • Poundmaker's Lodge and Recapturing Identity
    Poundmaker's Lodge is a healing place where people have the opportunity to learn how to be proud of who they are and recapture identity.  Series Coordinator - Dr. Earle Waugh
    © Dr. Earle Waugh & University of Alberta
     
  • The Power of the Cree Language to Communicate With the Earth
    Mother Earth created the powerful, lively Cree language.
    Interviewer - Earle Waugh, PhD.
     
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    People lived in harmony with nature and one another which allowed stability, order and strength.
    Series Coordinator - Dr. Earle Waugh
    © Dr. Earle Waugh & University of Alberta
     
  • The Prevention of Stupidity or Foolish Actions by Band Members
    An understanding of the laws prevents mistakes.
    Interviewer - Earle Waugh, PhD.
     
  • The Prevention of Stupidity or Foolish Actions by Band Members
    If a parent could not control their child from being stupid the parent would eliminate themselves from the camp.
    Interviewer - Earle Waugh, PhD.
     
  • The Professors
    The professors are in tune with many ceremonies after completing seven steps to achieve this title. Interviewer - Earle Waugh, PhD.
     
  • The Protocol of the Hunt
    One person who has vision selects four main people to instruct on the hunt. Interviewer - Earle Waugh, PhD.
     
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