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Call for Documentary & Drama Pitch Submissions 2009

August 19, 2009

CALL FOR DOC OR DRAMA PITCH SUBMISSIONS: 2009 imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival DOCUMENTARY & DRAMA PITCH:

Exclusive Professional Training & Pitch Sessions

Do you have a great idea for a short, long or series drama, OR a short or feature documentary? Enter our competition to pitch your idea to a panel of commissioning editors and acquisitions executives from the major Canadian broadcasters – who will provide valuable feedback and development advice. You will also have a chance to win imagineNATIVE’s Documentary Pitch or Drama Pitch prizes to help your idea become a reality.

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Nunavut Films Wanted

The Canadian Film Institute invites Northern filmmakers to submit entries for the International Polar Year Film Festival. The festival runs in Ottawa from 28 to 30 September, 2009. Submissions are being reviewed now, so submit immediately.

Inuit Art Foundation
2081 Merivale Road
Ottawa, Ontario K2G 1G9
Tel: (613) 224-8189
iaf@inuitart.org

by NationTalk on August 18, 2009789 Views

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Museum of Contemporary Native Arts Welcomes New Curator of Exhibitions and Programs

August 15, 2009

Aboriginals: Art of the First Person, operators of Native-JewelryLink, Native-PotteryLink, ZuniLink, and Tribalworks, is happy to forward this announcement from the Institute of American Indian Art

Santa Fe, NM – The Museum of Contemporary Native Arts is pleased to announce that Ryan Rice (Mohawk) of Kahnawake, Quebec will begin as Curator of Exhibitions and Programs on September 1, 2009.

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The Banff Centre hosts contemporary Indigenous singer/songwriters August 28, 29

August 13, 2009
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Diverse As This Land
August 28 and 29, 7:30 p.m.
Rolston Recital Hall, The Banff Centre
Tickets: Adult $20 • Student/Senior $15 • Child $9
Box Office: 403.762.6301 or 1.800.413.8368
Presented as part of the 2009 Banff Summer Arts Festival

Two nights of concerts by some of the most talented Indigenous performers from Mongolia, the United States, and Canada will close the 2009 Banff Summer Arts Festival on a high note. Diverse As This Land will bring together Aboriginal performers to showcase the vast character of mountain songs from a diversity of Indigenous nations, representing traditional, electronic, rock, folk, and contemporary musical genres. The concerts will take place on August 28 and 29 in the Rolston Recital Hall.

by NationTalk on August 17, 2009754 Views

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EmbraceBC Arts Engagement funding program

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Expressive and creative learning about multiculturalism and the elimination of racial discrimination through the arts

A request for qualification for arts engagement projects is posted on BC Bid (see RFQ ON-001806) and will close on September 1, 2009.

Inspiration is contagious. Artistic expression is an excellent way to raise public awareness about multiculturalism and racism. Great ideas can be achieved through the power of imagination and by working together.

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Government of Canada supports project to empower Aboriginal women in Nova Scotia

HALIFAX, Aug. 12 – The Honourable Helena Guergis, Minister of State (Status of Women), today announced support to the Mi’kmaq Native Friendship Society for a project that will provide programming for urban Aboriginal women and a focal point for the urban Aboriginal community to gather for community functions and events.

by NationTalk on August 12, 2009838 Views

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Haida Masterworks, the Most Significant Collection

VANCOUVER, BC – The Haida art form continues to speak a language that reaffirms the connection to their ancestry, their land and their people. This is a culture rich in artistic expression and complex in social organization.

by NationTalk on August 12, 20091039 Views

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Grand Chief, Military Officials Honour Aboriginal Veterans with Unveiling of NAN Veterans Flag

THUNDER BAY, ON, Aug. 11 – Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Stan Beardy, together with Chapleau Cree First Nation Chief Keith Corston, NAN Chiefs and delegates, representative of Veterans Affairs Canada Andre Paquette, Col. Stephan Cadden, the Canadian Forces and the Canadian Rangers, honoured the wartime contributions of Aboriginal veterans with the official unveiling of the NAN Veterans Flag during a special ceremony at the opening of the XXVIII Keewaywin NAN Chiefs Assembly (Aug. 11-13) in Chapleau today.

by NationTalk on August 11, 2009758 Views

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Vancouver Metis Community Association (VMCA) Fifth Annual Celebration Metis 2009

August 8, 2009

MiLan Art Ltd. and Mark MiLan wish to thank VMCA, for their Hospitality at their Fifth Annual Celebration Metis 2009 at the Vancouver Art Gallery North Lawn on August 8, 2009 in celebration of Canadian Metis Culture. Special acknowledgement is as well in order to all of the many people whom participated that ensured this event being the BEST Metis celebration of 2009!

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Yukon’s Great River Journey Provides Significant Aboriginal Tourism Experience

Their commitment to the preservation of First Nation’s culture and history earned Great River Journey status as a Significant 28 Aboriginal Tour Operators, by Aboriginal Tourism Canada and the Canadian Tourism Commission.

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(August 10, 2009 ) WHITEHORSE, Yukon, Canada—In one short year, Great River Journey has made a name for itself with its epic 8-day tours on the Yukon River. The unique world-class geotour begins in Whitehorse and unfolds over eight days and 600 kilometers of wilderness, traveling by riverboat and float plane, and allowing guests to participate in activities such as wildlife viewing, bird watching, hiking, kayaking and mountain biking.

by NationTalk on August 11, 2009673 Views

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Missing Algonquin History Now Online

‘Omamiwinini Heritage Online’ offers Algonquin history – culture – traditions

Did you know that the Canadian parliament buildings in Ottawa are situated in Traditional Algonquin Territory?

The Omàmiwininì (the Algonquin people’s own word for themselves) Heritage website project to be showcased on August 15/16 2009 at Pikwàkanagàn’s annual Pow Wow at Golden Lake, presents the little known pre- and post- contact history of the Algonquin people of the Ottawa Valley and current efforts to preserve their cultural traditions.

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Memorial to Former Residents of Hebron Unveiled

Executive Council
Labrador and Aboriginal Affairs
Tourism, Culture and Recreation
August 10, 2009

The Honourable Danny Williams, Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, travelled to Hebron today to take part in the unveiling of a memorial erected for residents relocated from the northern Labrador Inuit community in 1959. Joining Premier Williams were the Honourable Patty Pottle, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs; the Honourable John Hickey, Minister of Labrador Affairs; and the Honourable Clyde Jackman, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Recreation. Also present were Nunatsiavut Government President Jim Lyall, Minister of Culture, Recreation and Tourism Ben Ponniuk, and former Hebron residents.

by NationTalk on August 10, 20091126 Views

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International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples – Chief Ghislain Picard calls for solidarity

WENDAKE, QC, Aug. 9 – On this International Day of theWorld’s Indigenous Peoples, the AFNQL Chief is launching a call forsolidarity: “Peoples in every region of the world are engaged in a struggle topreserve their identity, their rights, their languages and their cultures.They are also engaged in a struggle to ensure their development and the futureof their children. Governments and States in every region of the world,including the one where I live, are to this day, in 2009, displaying a clearlycolonialist attitude and are systematically treating the rights and identityof Indigenous peoples with contempt. This must stop,” declared GhislainPicard.

by NationTalk on August 10, 2009744 Views

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Appointment to the Canadian Cultural Property Export Review Board

OTTAWA, ONTARIO – Aug. 7, 2009 – The Honourable James Moore, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, today announced the appointment of Brenda Stehelin as a member of the Canadian Cultural Property Export Review Board.

by NationTalk on August 10, 2009754 Views

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Media Advisory: Premier to Take Part in Unveiling of Hebron Memorial

August 7, 2009

Executive Council
Labrador and Aboriginal Affairs
Tourism, Culture and Recreation

The Honourable Danny Williams, Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, will travel to Hebron Monday, August 10, to participate in the unveiling of a memorial erected for residents who were relocated from the northern Labrador Inuit community in 1959. The ceremony is scheduled to take place at 2:00 p.m.

by NationTalk on August 10, 2009602 Views

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Download OAC’s list of 2009 granting program deadlines

Download OAC’s list of 2009 granting program deadlines

by NationTalk on August 7, 2009686 Views

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Government of Canada Invests in Arts, Culture, and Heritage in New Brunswick

Fredricton, New Brunswick (Aug. 6, 2009) – The Honourable James Moore, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, today announced a million dollars in funding for 52 arts, culture, and heritage organizations in New Brunswick. The announcement was made at the Fredericton Playhouse in the presence of representatives of the organizations that will benefit from this funding, as well as other members of the arts community.

by NationTalk on August 6, 2009830 Views

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Government of Canada Invests in Local Arts and Heritage in New Brunswick

MIRAMICHI, NEW BRUNSWICK (Aug. 6, 2009) – The Honourable James Moore, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, today informed six community and arts organizations in New Brunswick during a roundtable discussion that they will be receiving funding for a range of festivals and pow-wows that will take place in the Miramichi area.

by NationTalk on August 6, 2009751 Views

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Aboriginal Artists In Schools Roster 2009-2010

About the Aboriginal Artists in Schools program

Aboriginal Artists in Schools is part of the Artists in Education program at the Ontario Arts Council. This roster contains a list of Aboriginal artists and Elders who have received funding to work in Ontario schools to provide arts experiences for students. Projects are flexible in duration, and may range from 2 hours to 25 hours, or longer. Please contact the artists to discuss the length of their workshops.

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Living Out the United Church’s Intercultural Commitment

Attention: Assignment Editor, City Editor, News Editor

Toronto, Ontario, MEDIA ADVISORY (Aug. 5, 2009) –

Meeting in Kelowna, August 9-15, commissioners to The United Church of Canada’s 40th General Council will be invited to experience what it means to become an intercultural church.

by NationTalk on August 5, 2009642 Views

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Publication Available: “Canada’s Relationship with Inuit: A History of Policy and Program Development”

30 July 2009

The Research and Analysis Directorate of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, in conjunction with the Inuit Relations Secretariat, have published a book on Canada’s relationship with Inuit. This book provides an overview of the Federal Government’s Inuit policy and program development from first contact to 2006. Topics that are covered include the 1939 Re Eskimo decision that gave Canada constitutional responsibility for Inuit, post World War II acculturation and defence projects, law and justice, sovereignty and relocations, the E-number identification system, Inuit political organizations, comprehensive claim agreements, housing, healthcare, education, economic development, self-government, the environment, and urban issues.

by NationTalk on July 31, 2009960 Views

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Premier joins Blackfoot Confederacy in celebrating repatriation of sacred ceremonial objects

July 30, 2009

Groundbreaking legislation first of its kind in Canada

Lethbridge… The Alberta government is returning sacred ceremonial items to Alberta’s three Blackfoot Nations in order for these significant items to be actively used in traditional ceremonies.

by NationTalk on July 30, 20091544 Views

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Aboriginal Arts Development Awards – new deadlines!

Posted: July 29, 2009

Get your applications ready – this year there will be two new (and earlier) deadlines for the Aboriginal Arts Development Awards:

October 1st, 2009 will be the only deadline for:

. Individual Artists
. Sharing Traditional Arts Across Generations

by NationTalk on July 30, 2009791 Views

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“Faithfully Yours, E. Pauline Johnson” Exhibit Opens

SIX NATIONS, ON. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: In conjunction with the Woodland Cultural Centre, Chiefswood is pleased to announce the opening of the first exhibit dedicated to the life, times and work of E. Pauline Johnson – Tekahionwake curated by Curator Emeritus, Thomas V. Hill.

The exhibit, “Faithfully Yours, E. Pauline Johnson,” features artifacts revealing the legend of Pauline beginning at her childhood home, Chiefswood, to her death in Vancouver, B.C. The exhibit opens at the Woodland Cultural Centre Museum on Saturday, August 15th 2009 at 3:00 p.m.

by NationTalk on July 30, 20091530 Views

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Grand Chief Stan Beardy and James Bartleman visit Sandy Lake

07/28/2009

NAN Grand Chief Stan Beardy, Deputy Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler and NAN staff members were in Sandy Lake on July 16th to launch the planning of the Treaty 5 Centennial Commemoration.

by NationTalk on July 30, 2009730 Views

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Highway 219 designated as Chief Whitecap Trail

News Release – July 29, 2009

Highways and Infrastructure Minister Jim Reiter, Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sport Minister Dustin Duncan and Whitecap Dakota First Nation Chief Darcy Bear unveiled today a new name and trailblazer sign design for a vibrant tourism and economic corridor south of Saskatoon.

by NationTalk on July 29, 2009861 Views

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New Brand Authenticates Nunavut Arts and Crafts

News Release
July 8, 2009

IQALUIT, Nunavut – July 8, 2009 – Peter Taptuna, Nunavut’s Minister of Economic Development & Transportation, officially announced today a new brand for all Nunavut arts and crafts. The new brand will be made available to all Nunavut artists to identify their work as authentic Nunavut arts and crafts.

by NationTalk on July 29, 2009726 Views

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Inuit Call EU Seal Product Ban Cynical and Unjustified

Monday July 27, 2009 – Ottawa, Ontario – Inuit are united in calling the actions of the European Union cynical and unjustified following today’s EU announcement that the Council of Ministers officially passed an import ban on seal products entering into the EU market.

by NationTalk on July 28, 2009732 Views

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PCT MOOSE to Escort Tribal Journey From Songhees

Monday, July 27, 2009

The training vessel PCT Moose, will escort more than 20 canoes from the Songhees Nation lands in Esquimalt Harbour to Port Townsend, Wash. on Wednesday (July 29).

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Government of Canada Supports the Ben Calf Robe Society

Edmonton, Alberta (July 27, 2009) – On behalf of the Honourable James Moore, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, Peter Goldring, Member of Parliament (Edmonton East), today announced funding for the Ben Calf Robe Society to support the Amiskos project, which will provide urban Aboriginal youth age 10 to 24 with the opportunity to experience year-round after-school activities.

by NationTalk on July 27, 2009814 Views

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Premier’s New Brunswick Day message

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July 27, 2009

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following statement was issued today by Premier Shawn Graham in observance of New Brunswick Day, Monday, Aug. 3:

Every year, New Brunswick Day is a welcome day off for the people of our province to get together with family and friends, relax, and enjoy themselves.

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Canada and Yukon Governments Help Construct Champagne and Aishihik First Nations Cultural Centre

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Klukshu, Yukon (July 23, 2009) – The Honourable Vic Toews, President of the Treasury Board, on behalf of the Honourable Chuck Strahl, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, announced today with the Honourable Premier Dennis Fentie and Chief Diane Strand of the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations, more than $14 million in joint funding for the construction of a new Champagne and Aishihik First Nations cultural centre in Haines Junction.

by NationTalk on July 26, 2009826 Views

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Government of Canada Celebrates the Historical Significance of Lydia Campbell

Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador (July 22, 2009) – The Honourable Jim Prentice, Canada’s Environment Minister and Minister responsible for Parks Canada, today celebrated the national historic significance of Lydia Campbell, whom he designated a person of national historic significance, on the recommendation of the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada.

by NationTalk on July 23, 2009926 Views

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Coca-Cola shares the Diversity of Aboriginal Culture with Canada & the World

Vancouver, July 20 – As a part of our company’s ongoing series of Olympic-related programming, Coca-Cola is pleased to launch the Aboriginal Art Bottle program.

The Coca-Cola Aboriginal Art Bottle Program will provide an opportunity for Aboriginal people across Canada to experience the Olympic Spirit and showcase the diversity of Aboriginal art and culture to the world by displaying Aboriginal art on the contour bottle – the Coca-Cola’s unique global iconic asset.

by NationTalk on July 22, 20092207 Views

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Government of Canada Invests in Sto:lo Heritage Trust Society

Mission, British Columbia (July 21, 2009) – On behalf of the Honourable James Moore, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, Randy Kamp, Member of Parliament (Pitt Meadows-Maple Ridge-Mission), today announced funding for the Sto:lo Heritage Trust Society.

by NationTalk on July 21, 2009886 Views

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Debajehmujig Theatre Group announces Opening of 25th Anniversary Summer Season

Debajehmujig Theatre Group is delighted to announce the opening of our 25th anniversary summer season with our first ever matinee double bill at The New Creation Centre in Manitowaning. The Three Tricksters is a new play by Drew Hayden Taylor, featuring veteran alumnae and well-known Aboriginal actors Jonathon Fisher and Cameron Coutereille and Jessica Wilde. Directed by Artistic Producer, Ron Berti.

by NationTalk on July 20, 20091033 Views

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Yukon Permanent Art Collection New Acquisitions Exhibition

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July 17, 2009

WHITEHORSE – Thirteen new acquisitions to the Yukon Permanent Art Collection are featured at the Yukon Arts Centre Community Gallery, Tourism and Culture Minister Elaine Taylor announced.

by NationTalk on July 19, 2009757 Views

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The Kingston Arts Council Announces Exciting List of Portrait Prize Finalists

Kingston Ontario.

A new chapter unfolds in the contemporary Canadian portrait scene as thirty exciting portraits are chosen as finalists in The Kingston Prize, Canada’s National Portrait Competition. These portraits will be exhibited at the Grand Theatre in Kingston, Ontario, from October 9 – 25.

by NationTalk on July 19, 20091189 Views

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Peace and Friendship Gathering at Tatamagouche Centre

Dear Friends

August 16th to 20th, we are holding a Peace and Friendship Gathering at Tatamagouche Centre. This sixth annual gathering is designed to bring together First Nations and non-Aboriginal people from our region, to learn about our treaty relationship of Peace and Friendship, and to build good relations together. Every year, we have a different focus.

by NationTalk on July 17, 20091171 Views

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Government of Canada Supports the MacKenzie Art Gallery

Regina, Saskatchewan (July 16, 2009) – On behalf of the Honourable James Moore, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, Tom Lukiwski, Member of Parliament (Regina-Lumsden-Lake Centre), today announced funding to the MacKenzie Art Gallery for two exhibits: Bob Boyer: His Life’s Work and the Jack Sures Retrospective.

by NationTalk on July 16, 20091079 Views

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Federal Investment in Vancouver Aquarium’s Arctic Canada Gallery to Enhance Visitor Experience

July 14, 2009 – Vancouver, British Columbia

Today, the Honourable Stockwell Day, Minister of International Trade, Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway and Minister responsible for British Columbia, on behalf of the Honourable Lynne Yelich, Minister of State for Western Economic Diversification, announced federal support for major improvements to the Vancouver Aquarium’s Arctic Canada Gallery, which is the largest gallery at the Aquarium, and home to their beluga whale family, outdoor and underwater viewing areas, trainer facilities and the Arctic species display and education centre.

by NationTalk on July 15, 2009626 Views

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Performing, Visual and Literary Artists to Share Advanced Artist Award

FOR RELEASE #09-164
July 13, 2009

WHITEHORSE – Tourism and Culture Minister Elaine Taylor announced 11 Yukon artists will share $40,000 in funding to further their artistic development and create new works.

“The Yukon government is pleased to support the further advancement of artists who have shown commitment and continue to evolve their practice,” Taylor said. “Yukon’s thriving and dynamic artistic community enriches the lives of Yukoners and attracts new visitors north.”

by NationTalk on July 14, 2009686 Views

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Nominations Open for Provincial Arts Prizes, Awards

Tourism, Culture and Heritage
July 10, 2009

Nova Scotia’s vibrant creative community is being celebrated with several well-known provincial arts and culture prizes and awards.

The prizes will be awarded at the fourth annual Creative Nova Scotia Conference and Awards Gala on Oct. 24 in Yarmouth.

by NationTalk on July 13, 2009682 Views

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International Foundation & UWinnipeg Support Unesco Heritage Bid

July 9, 2009

WINNIPEG, MB – The Chicago-based John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation has donated $30,000 to The University of Winnipeg to support the Manitoba-Ontario group leading the bid to have a vast track of Canadian boreal forest designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.

by NationTalk on July 13, 2009748 Views

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Sandy Lake FN – Theme wanted for 2010 Treaty 5 Centennial Commemoration

Wed, 07/08/2009

Coordinators of the Treaty 5 Centennial Commemoration are asking the community for theme ideas for the historical 100-year commemoration event.

by NationTalk on July 13, 2009548 Views

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$1.1 M to develop artistic works as cultural legacies for British Columbia

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Vancouver, B.C. (July 8, 2009): A multi-disciplinary work by B.C. and Kenyan artists that reflects on water as a precious resource, an Irish-Canadian opera exploring the Air India tragedy, and two collaborative projects showcasing Canadian and Chinese musicians and dancers are among the 17 projects funded by Arts Partners in Creative Development (APCD). APCD is pleased to invest a total of $1.1 million in these diverse projects that celebrate crosscultural themes and international partnerships.

by NationTalk on July 13, 20091026 Views

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NWT Visual Artists Selected for 2010 Olympics

YELLOWKNIFE (July 09) – Ten visual artists from the Northwest Territories (NWT) will receive the opportunity of a lifetime – the chance to showcase their talents at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver.

by NationTalk on July 12, 2009919 Views

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Media Advisory: Canadian Heritage

Edmonton, Alberta (July 10, 2009) – On behalf of the Honourable James Moore, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, Mike Lake, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Industry and Member of Parliament (Edmonton-Mill Woods-Beaumont), will make an announcement on Monday about the Metis Child and Family Services Society.

by NationTalk on July 12, 2009673 Views

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Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. and Government of Nunavut Announce Kakiniit Grants Program Recipients

(July 9, 2009 – Iqaluit, Nunavut) Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. President Paul Kaludjak and Nunavut Premier Eva Aariak today announced the names of the successful recipients of the annual Kakiniit Grants Program. The program awards funds to Beneficiaries of the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement (NLCA) seeking to improve their cultural and academic skills.

by NationTalk on July 10, 2009737 Views

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Media Advisory: Minister to Participate in Bay St. George Mi’kmaq Powwow

Labrador and Aboriginal Affairs
July 10, 2009

The Honourable Patty Pottle, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs, will attend the Bay St. George Mi’kmaq Powwow taking place July 10-12 in Flat Bay. Minister Pottle will address the powwow following the Grand Entry, Saturday, July 11 at 1:00 p.m.

by NationTalk on July 10, 2009635 Views

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