Pierre Carriere Interview


From the Gabriel Dumont Institute: "Pierre was interviewed on August 18, 1976 in Cumberland House, Saskatchewan. Pierre Carriere is a long time resident of Cumberland House and is one of its strongest leaders. He was a close friend of Jim Brady and worked with him on many community projects. In the interview he talks about the history of Cumberland House, social life as it changed from pre-war period to present; Jim Brady's role as a leader in the community; the fishing and forestry industry in the town; the CCF government and its programs; Malcolm Norris and his activities and a comparison of Norris and Brady as leaders; the effect of the war on the town and its leaders; and the role of the Legion in Cumberland."

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Pierre Carriere. Interview by Murray Dobbin. Transcript. August 18, 1976. Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture. Gabriel Dumont Institute. http://www.metismuseum.ca/resource.php/01172

Carriere, Pierre. Interviewed by Murray Dobbin
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