Stories have their way with storytellers. This is a story that asks me to tell it. This story brings in the presence of my grandmother and my family relations. For the whole family.
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About the storyteller: Louise ProfeitLeBlanc's name in her language is “T’se Däna” which means Beaver Woman. Louise Profeit-LeBlanc is as Traditional Storyteller from the Nacho Nyak Dun First Nation (First Nation of the Big River People) in Mayo, Northeastern Yukon. Many of her stories are about the strength and importance of women within the community and their significant role as first educators of children. Her association with many elders has resulted in her gaining the responsibility and honour of becoming a "Story Keeper". Louise presently lives in Wakefield, Quebec.