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Putting food sovereignty and her family to the test in the far North of Canada – filmmaker Suzanne Crocker removes absolutely all grocery store food from her house.

For one year, she feeds her family of five, only food that can be hunted, fished, gathered, grown or raised around Dawson City, Yukon. Add three skeptical teenagers, one reluctant husband, no salt, no caffeine, no sugar and -40 temperatures.

Ultimately the story becomes a celebration of community and the surprising bounty of food that even a tiny community in the far North can provide.

Winner of a Rogers Audience Choice Award (Top 5 Canadian Docs), Hot Docs 2020

Winner Jury Award for Best in Future Watch, Doc Edge Film Festival, New Zealand

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    Suzanne Crocker
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    Suzanne Crocker
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    Suzanne Crocker