These videos were created through a series of workshops with community members from the Battle River Treaty 6 Area, policy-makers from Battle River Treaty 6 Health Centre, the director of Canine Action Project and researchers from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan.
Community members took photographs illustrating dog issues in their communities using disposable cameras. Photographs of the clinics were taken by clinic volunteers. Audio recordings were done in a storytelling circle and individual telephone interviews.
Healthy Dogs = Healthy Communities
Mans Best Friend
Traditional Role of the Dog
Who Let The Dogs Out?
Canine Action Project's work has been featured in various papers and publications. Click the link below to learn more.