Fil Rouge

Ricochet's 'Fil Rouge' wins Grand Jury Prize at 2018 Paris Podcast Festival

Episode 2 'Harriet Keleutaq' wins for Best Francophone Podcast
Meky Ottawa

Harriet Keleutaq of Nunavik's Kangirsuk community was taken from her family at the age of 12 to study French in Montreal. Since then, she's fought to re-learn her own language and to pass it on to her children.

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Interview by Yascha Wecker. Narrated by Natasha Kanapé Fontaine. Produced by André Goulet. Original music, Mishkadan Mamo, by Laura Niquay and Sunny Duval (Musique Nomade). Executive Production by Gabrielle Brassard-Lecours. Produced in collaboration with 'Planète F' magazine. 'Fil Rouge' was made possible through the generous support of Heritage Canada.

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