Face To Face, hosted by Dennis Ward, is an interview show with a focus on Indigenous issues. We?not only talk to those in the headlines, but also those who are affected by the many problems facing Indigenous urban and rural communities.
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Stewart Garnett grew up believing he was white.
Garnett was adopted out during the 60’s Scoop to a non-Indigenous family.
He moved back in June 2015, just days before the Manitoba government officially apologized for its role in the 60’s Scoop.
Stewart Garnett joins Host Dennis Ward on this episode of Face to Face.
Originally aired November 27, 2018
Crown Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett says the Liberal government has made “significant investments” in the recommendations brought forward by the commissioners for the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
Minister Bennett, joins host Dennis Ward on this episode of Face To Face to respond to the “new levels of frustration” the commissioners spoke about weeks earlier on the show.
Originally aired November 20, 2018
Kim Pate has spent the past 35 years working in and around the legal and penal systems of Canada.
According to the independent Senator, things have only gotten worse.
In the last two decades, there’s been an explosion in the number of Indigenous women in the prison system.
In this episode of Face To Face, Pate joins host Dennis Ward to discuss Canada’s prison systems.
Originally aired November 13, 2018
There are a lot of wild cards at play with the future of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, but Clayton Thomas-Muller believes Indigenous peoples and their allies have the upper hand.
“We forced the government to nationalize this pipeline with taxpayer’s’ dollars,” Thomas-Muller tells Host Dennis Ward on this episode of Face to Face.
Originally aired November 6, 2018
Darryl Leroux says he has faced a backlash for his research into people claiming they are Eastern Metis. He says his critics have contacted his employer and grant providers.
Leroux is a professor in the Department of Social Justice and Community Studies in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He joined host Dennis Ward on Face to Face to discuss the rise of the Eastern Metis.
Originally aired October 30, 2018
While buildings and streets are being renamed and statues are coming down in the name of reconciliation, it’s also causing controversy.
“Reconciliation is not easy” says Ry Moran, the director of the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation.
Moran joins host Dennis Ward on this episode to discuss reconciliation in Canada.
Originally aired October 23, 2018
3 of the 4 Commissioners for the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls join host Dennis Ward on this episode of Face To Face.
Chief Commissioner Marion Buller and Commissioners Michèle Audette and Brian Eyolfson discuss the lack of action taken on the interim report and frustration the Trudeau government.
Originally aired October 16, 2018
Ten years after the death of Brian Sinclair, Canada’s institutions continue to fail Indigenous people “by undermining and devaluing Indigenous life” argue co-authors of a new book.
“Structures of Indifference: An Indigenous Life and Death in a Canadian City” is a book about the life and death of Brian Sinclair.
Co-authors and history professors, Mary Jane Logan McCallum and?Adele Perry join Host Dennis Ward on Face to Face to discuss the book and the ongoing history of colonialism and Indigenous people’s relationship to it.
Originally aired October 9, 2018
In this season premiere of Face To Face with host Dennis Ward interviews Liberal Member of Parliament, Robert Falcon Ouellette.
From Prime Minister Trudeau ‘giving an F’, Gerald Stanley and the Trans Mountain Pipeline Project, Ouellette touches on many subjects.
Originally aired October 2, 2018