Specializing in FIRST NATION & METIS GENEALOGY and Social History for Individuals/Families; 
TAKING ANCESTRY TO THE NEXT LEVEL.  I ALSO WORK WITH DNA RESULTS.
Aiding with FIRST NATION STATUS and METIS CITIZENSHIP APPLICATIONS; Residential School research AND MORE.......
LISTED WITH LIBRARY & ARCHIVES CANADA RESEARCHERS

*Documentaries:
Trick or Treaty directed by award winning First Nation's Filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin   **** 2016 Prix Gemeaux Award for BEST RESEARCH ~ Academie CANADIENNE du CINEMA et de la TELEVISION.
Colonization Road (CBC) directed by actress Michelle St. John
Nominated at the 2018 Canadian Screen Awards for the Donald Brittain Award for Best Social/Political Documentary Program
History & Biography Winner --- 2017 Yorkton Film Festival 

Director: Michelle St. John
Producers: Evan Adams, Michelle St. John, Shane Belcourt, Jordan O’Connor, Brendan Brady Production Company: Decolonization Road Productions Inc

*Literary Non-Fiction BOOK...The Ancestors are Arranging Things  Nominated for Governor's General Award in non-fiction category.

BLOOD, PAPER & SPOKEN WORD
is to be my next book based on the ancestral journeys of seven individuals; my first book was: 
THE ANCESTORS ARE ARRANGING THINGS...           A JOURNEY ON THE ALGONKIN TRAIL  
(BOREALISpress/Ottawa/2011

Reader's Comments:


I just wanted to relay how much I loved reading, The Ancestors Are Arranging Things. I’ve read your book twice already and use it as a guide for my own family research.  I really appreciate the effort you put into every detail, how you wove past and present journeys, that connect with the Ottawa and Mattawa River watersheds. Such a great and important read for me.

Thank you.

Carole T.

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I couldn't put the book down....

Pamela Tremblay


  • Hello! I just finished reading The Ancestors are Arranging Things and wanted to send you a note to thank you for it. I found the whole read to be enthralling and now I want to go explore the Ottawa river valley. I've been looking into my genealogy a bit so this was of interest. I'm the great granddaughter of Kate Tennisco (grandfather is Francis Miller) so great great granddaughter of Mary Marcotte. I really didn't know any of this history. My father loves fishing and it impresses me that he has a relative whose name means Fish! 
  • Rebecca Hay

Kruzich chose to bring the past to life by recreating it through traditional oral story telling set around a campfire for the first part of her book and adding it with conventional academic research. Her circle includes descendents of the Chiefs with expanded insight by scholars/academics from the Hudson’s Bay Company, Library and Archives Canada and other institutions.

Borealis Press/Ottawa