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Frontiers Foundation is no longer operating but this website remains as a witness to all the good work by many people; to all the good memories and relationships created over the many years. All done to the honour of the Great Spirit.

Videos on Frontier's work

Standing Tree to Standing Home Documentary

standing-tree-standing-home from frontiersfoundation on Vimeo.

A documentary by the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network on Frontiers Foundation Project Activity in Manitoba.

Project Amik

Project Amik from frontiersfoundation on Vimeo.

Project Amik is a housing project in Toronto geared towards aboriginal peoples.

Keep the Circle Strong: Bolivia

Keep the Circle Strong from frontiersfoundation on Vimeo.

Moccasin Flats

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Moccasin Flats, the 16mm film documentary originally released in 1972, re-mastered for DVD in 2008, is about the Metis community, of that name, on the outskirts of Chetwynd, BC.Written and narrated by Patrick Watson. These families were up-rooted from their homes to make way for the Chetwynd Airport. Through the collective efforts of all levels of government, various Aboriginal organizations, these Metis families and their friends, a new subdivision was built for them on Wabi Crescent. This project signified a weather change in the government funding of off-reserve and Metis housing.Interviews with Aboriginal leader, Lawrence Gladue, and Frank Oberle, mayor of Chetwynd, BC, provide an in-depth perspective.