Duncan McCue: Learning to Live Off the Land

published 3 months ago

At age seventeen, journalist Duncan McCue spent five months on a Cree trapline in northern Quebec, learning how to live off the land, hunt, and speak the language. In "The Shoe Boy, A Trapline Memoir," he writes about the value of the experience at a pivotal time in his life when he was exploring his Indigenous identity. Nam Kiwanuka talks to McCue about his memoir and about his work helping journalists understand how to cover Indigenous issues.

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