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I've watched this series from its first episode in 1992 to its final episode in 1998 and I'm glad that I did because it was so well produced and everything. Of course, it was pretty much an all-Native cast with a few white actors/actresses who fit their roles in the show perfectly. The whole series along with the 4 movie sequels were all filmed in Bragg Creek, Alberta however they could have just as easily filmed the series up in actual Dene territory in NWT if they wanted. Its not clear to me why they chose to film it down in southern Alberta.
But anyways......... all in all, an excellent series with superb sequel movies to go with it.
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