Canadian Author Transcribes Cree Story That Could’ve Been Lost For The Next Generation

Canadian author Jean Miso wants to do just that, and has created a book that retells a story that was only passed down through generations by word of mouth. Article from BlogTo

The Rainbow Story

Thank you to Cree Literacy Network review on: The Rainbow: A Plains Cree Story (y-dialect)

Cree Literacy Network Post:

The Rainbow teaches a timeless lesson that was passed down orally through the Cree communities. The story explains how the Great Spirit created balance within our world’s ecosystem. The story relates a critical message that it is a global responsibility to protect the natural equilibrium of our home we call Earth.

A Letter From Home

Through viewership of this music video, I am hoping to raise money for the Last Post Fund.  They are a National organization that provides dignified burials for those Canadian soldiers/veterans who haven’t the financial means.  The Last Post Fund organization had been providing this service to our Military men and women since 1910.

In preparing the music video, I appreciate Howard Cable for his music arrangement;  Keith Horner, Producer; Rob DiVito, Sound Engineer and Videographer (SOCIETY OF SOUND); Jeff Reynolds, Lead Conductor and University of Toronto, Faculty of Music ensemble; David Ambrose Choral Director and WoCo, Etobicoke School of the Arts Women’s Chorus and performers: Jordan Davis, Kaelin Agar, Claire Tees, Rebecca Parry, Catherine Gava, Emily Parker; reenactor Bill White and Lathieeshe Thilainathan, Website Designer.

We’ll Never Forget at D-Day 70 Years

Jean Miso signs and sings her composition,  “We’ll Never Forget/Noublions jamais”at Canada`s official D-Day 70th anniversary ceremony in France. The song is the official theme song for the Juno Beach Centre in Normandy France.