Metis cuisine and cooking. The place of food in Metis culture.
Metis use of the multi-purpose cattail.
How the Metis use Saskatoons as a medicine.
Caring and sharing: The traditional values of the Metis people as handed down...
Traditional Metis dances are described.
Metis use of barley in soup.
Metis folklore regarding mythological figures: Trickster figures, Little Peop...
CM Magazine book reviews of the Metis Legacy series of history and culture bo...
Western artist Frederic Remington's depictions of the Metis.
Metis use of chokecherries as food.
Metis Culture: A short article outlining the death rituals and ceremonies of ...
Metis Culture, Metis clothing: A pictorial essay on Metis vests.
This article describes the traditional use of Wolf Willow (Chalef changeant/ ...
This is a listing of the Louis Riel Institute's postings of Metis culture art...
How the Metis cooked without firewood.
Metis foods and cuisine.
How the Metis used Puffballs as a medicine.
The Metis, Cree and Saulteaux petition the North West Council regarding hunti...
Metis use of hazelnuts as food.
Labrador tea is used by the Metis as a beverage and as a medicine.
Metis poet Marilyn Dumont is profiled. See also the "People of the Metis Nati...
Bullet Soup a Tasty Metis Tradition, an article from the Prince Albert Star P...
A description of an 1873 Dakota/Metis battle.
Metis use of the breadroot scurfpea or pomme de prairie is documented.
Metis Beadwork: Navel Cord Bags (birth amulets) featuring the art of Gary Joh...
An article from the Prince Albert Star Phoenix on bannock.
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