Across Cultures

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Watch 60 films, 170 excerpts and over 80 archival artefacts selected by NFB specialists as part of this unique project.

Ted Baryluk's Grocery

Ted Baryluk's Grocery
1982, director: Michael Mirus, John Paskievich

Excerpt (1:11)

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Ukrainian Canadian Ted Baryluk runs a neighbourhood grocery in Winnipeg with his daughter in 1982. He talks about the range of ethnic backgrounds of his customers who are "mixed together, just like soup." He says he doesn't understand the First Nations people who come to the store. His daughter sees them as "immigrants."