Robert Grandjambe is a member of Mikisew Cree First Nation. He spent his childhood in Fort Chipewyan, Alberta, and later lived in Tthebacha (Fort Smith). His mother is Barbara Grandjambe (née Schaefer) and his father is Robert Grandjambe. An active trapper since he was six years old, he is proud to thrive as a full-time trapper and harvester. He shares with people as much as possible, introducing culture and knowledge though camps, universities, films, and work on boards of directors.
After a long legacy of power and control by Parks Canada, this story imagines how Lands and Peoples could once again live in healthy reciprocity.