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Thunderbird Entertainment and APTN Announce Second Season for Queen of the Oil Patch

Critically acclaimed series is produced by the Company’s factual division VANCOUVER, Sept. 13, 2019 – Thunderbird Entertainment Group Inc. (TSXV:TBRD) (“Thunderbird” or the “Company”), is excited to announce a second season of the hit series Queen of the Oil Patch, has been ordered by national broadcaster APTN. The critically acclaimed documentary series is produced by […]

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Canadian adventure, Indigenous cultures feature in Beech Street Books fall line-up – CollingwoodToday

Titles are written by a diverse group of Canadian authors and content consultants, including Indigenous peoples and academic experts Beech Street Books (a division of Saunders Book Company) has published 38 new English books and 13 French translations for its fall 2019 lineup. The collection includes four new series’: Black History in Canada, Disasters in […]

by ahnationtalk on September 12, 201952 Views

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Roy Henry Vickers’ art helps inspire One Wave show – Times Colonist

September 12, 2019 What: One Wave Gathering Where: Centennial Square When: Saturday, noon to 6 p.m. Admission: Free Information: pacificpeoplespartnership.org MIKE DEVLIN Times Colonist A children’s picture book with imagery from celebrated First Nations artist Roy Henry Vickers will come alive at Centennial Square on Saturday. Read More: https://www.timescolonist.com/entertainment/roy-henry-vickers-art-helps-inspire-one-wave-show-1.23943423

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Join Jesse Thistle in Port Hope for an evening discussion into indigenous people – northumberlandnews.com

PORT HOPE — Join scholar Jesse Thistle for a reading and discussion of his new book. Taking place at the Cameco Capitol Arts Theatre on Sept. 12, Thistle’s memoir From the Ashes, My Story of Being Metis, Homeless and Finding My Way, will give people insight into his life and a deeper understanding into indigenous […]

by ahnationtalk on September 11, 201936 Views

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Fight over medical care for Indigenous children – Globalnews.ca

Alanis Obomsawin talks about her new film ‘The Messenger’ which deals with the fight over medical care for Indigenous children Read More: https://globalnews.ca/video/5888053/fight-over-medical-care-for-indigenous-children

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Indigenous, two-spirit Alberta couple wins The Amazing Race Canada – CP24 Toronto’s Breaking News

September 11, 2019 TORONTO — Anthony Johnson and James Makokis hoped being the first Indigenous, two-spirit couple to compete on The Amazing Race Canada would give them a national platform to highlight issues close to their hearts. Over weeks of intense challenges that saw them criss-cross the country, the pair donned outfits meant to call […]

by ahnationtalk on September 11, 201912 Views

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Blood Quantum’s Indigenous actors totally get the zombie apocalypse – CBC

‘Who would be the best survivor in an actual apocalypse? Us’ — Michael Greyeyes Sep 10, 2019 Ravenous hordes, buckets of blood and a world where being Indigenous equals immunity as zombies overtake the world: Jeff Barnaby’s Blood Quantum puts a distinctive twist on a genre that won’t stay dead. And it makes complete sense, […]

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Film about Inuit relocation shows at Toronto International Film Festival – Nunatsiaq News

10 September, 2019 Zacharias Kunuk’s One Day in the Life of Noah Piugattuk screening at Canada’s biggest film festival There is something so familiar in Noah Piugattuk’s character: an elder who is firm and particular, but soft and flecked with humour. Portrayed by Apayata Kotierk, it’s his story that leads Isuma Productions’ latest film, One […]

by ahnationtalk on September 11, 201922 Views

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Reality show takes ‘outspoken’ Canadians to meet Colten Boushie’s family – CTV News

September 9, 2019 An upcoming reality show will take Canadians with negative views about Indigenous people to meet Colten Boushie’s family. The show, First Contact, aims to challenge racist attitudes by immersing six “outspoken” contestants into Indigenous communities for 28 days, according to the trailer for Season Two. Part of the new season takes place […]

by ahnationtalk on September 10, 201947 Views

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Robbie Robertson documentary opens TIFF in a ‘golden age’ for rock docs – CBC

Once Were Brothers is a part of a boom in rock docs. But do stars wield too much power over these stories? Sep 05, 2019 It’s a story well known to Robbie Robertson fans and those who read his 2016 memoir Testimony: A 16-year-old Robertson convinces Ronnie Hawkins to let him join his band with […]

by ahnationtalk on September 6, 201945 Views

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Director finds kindred spirit in Canadian musician – Canadian Jewish News

September 4, 2019 For Toronto-based documentarian Daniel Roher, youth is a selling point. The director of Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band, the film that will open this September’s Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), Roher is only 26, making him the youngest person ever that can brag about getting that coveted première slot. […]

by ahnationtalk on September 4, 201923 Views

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Reconciliation in action’ in next book up for Knowing our Place – Bowen Island Undercurrent

September 3, 2019 Many Christian churches have apologized for their role in the oppression of Indigenous peoples. The Mennonite Church has gone one step further by publishing a book––a courageous search for what reconciliation might look like. Buffalo Shout, Salmon Cry: Conversations on Creation, Land, Justice and Life Together, is edited by Steve Heinrichs, director […]

by ahnationtalk on September 4, 201924 Views

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Toronto International Film Festival takes care of Quebec filmmakers – Nanton News

This year’s selection reflects a nationwide surge in productions by women and Indigenous directors. TIFF runs from Sept. 5 to 15. August 30, 2019 When the Toronto International Film Festival announced the 26 films making up the Canadian portion of its typically dazzling lineup — featuring the cream of the crop from around the world […]

by ahnationtalk on August 30, 201938 Views

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TIFF review: Jordan River Anderson, The Messenger – NOW Magazine

Alanis Obomsawin’s 53rd film is a clear-eyed documentary about a law that states Canada must provide necessary services to Indigenous children who need it Obomsawin’s 53rd film continues her quest to tell urgent Indigenous stories, and this documentary is a clear-eyed telling of the origins and instating of Jordan’s Principle, a law that states Canada […]

by ahnationtalk on August 27, 201966 Views

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10 must-see films directed by women playing at TIFF 2019 – NOW Magazine

August 26, 2019 Firecrackers director Jasmin Mozaffari picks 10 movies that you might not be able to see easily or quickly once the festival is over Jasmin Mozaffari premiered her debut feature Firecrackers at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival. This year, she’s helping us pick what to see among the festival’s women-directed films. Mozaffari […]

by ahnationtalk on August 26, 201939 Views

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The 13th Edition of the Montréal Pride Festival: Visibility, Mobilization and Celebrations for the Communities of the Sexual and Gender Diversity!

MONTRÉAL, Aug. 23, 2019  – The 13th edition of the Montréal Pride Festival, presented by TD in collaboration with Casino de Montréal, will certainly have left its mark on all of this year’s sexual and gender diverse festival-goers. Over 250 activities drew over 2.5 million visitors between August 8 and 18, 2019, during what was […]

by pnationtalk on August 23, 201953 Views

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Eight National Film Board of Canada works featured at the 2019 Calgary International Film Festival. Calgary premiere of Tasha Hubbard’s acclaimed nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up headlines a strong selection of documentaries and animation.

From: National Film Board August 21, 2019 – Montreal – National Film Board of Canada Powerful, groundbreaking films by Indigenous and Alberta creators join works from across Canada as part of a strong selection at the 2019 Calgary International Film Festival (September 18–29). The festival is hosting the much-anticipated Calgary debut of Edmonton filmmaker Tasha […]

by ahnationtalk on August 22, 201991 Views

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Indigenous movie filmed in Winnipeg hopes to pave the way for more – CTV

August 21, 2019 A film that features Indigenous people and language has just wrapped up in Winnipeg. ‘The First Encounter’ is a feature film that was shot in both Manitoba and Alberta. It features an Indigenous cast as well as several scenes spoken in different Indigenous languages including Blackfoot, Nakoda, and Cree. “It’s a very […]

by ahnationtalk on August 22, 201926 Views

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A new series featuring some of Canada’s most fascinating personalities – Canadian Museum of History

Gatineau, Quebec — The Canadian Museum of History invites you to a new series of inspiring talks and performances featuring some of Canada’s most fascinating personalities. Designed for open dialogue, the series An evening with . . . welcomes a broad range of experts and personalities in fields such as history, politics, media and arts […]

by aanationtalk on August 21, 201927 Views

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TIFF 2019 Celebrates Indigenous Filmmakers and Their Stories

This year’s lineup showcases Alanis Obomsawin, Zacharias Kunuk, Taika Waititi, Rachel Perkins, Jeff Barnaby, and more TORONTO​— The Toronto International Film Festival​®​is proud to highlight the works of Indigenous filmmakers and artists, from veteran Alanis Obomsawin (Abenaki), who comes to TIFF with the provocative and emotional Jordan River Anderson, The Messenger​,to relative newcomer Elle​-Máijá Tailfeathers […]

by pnationtalk on August 21, 201958 Views

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Toronto International Festival of Authors’ Lit On Tour Programme Connects Ontario Communities with World-Renowned Writers

The provincial initiative kicks off in Huntsville on September 15, and continues with events across Ontario into November 2019 TORONTO, August 13, 2019 — ​Lit On Tour, an initiative of Toronto International Festival of Authors (TIFA), returns for its 13th edition this year. Lit On Tour partners with libraries, schools and other community organizations to […]

by pnationtalk on August 20, 201931 Views

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2019 TIFF Industry conference lineup Brain Grazer and Ron Howard, Barbara Kopple, Lulu Wang, Edward Burns, Robert Fisk, Anna Serner, Fernando Meirelles, and more to Speak

TORONTO​— The Toronto International Film Festival​®​today announced the lineup for the 2019 TIFF Industry Conference, offering five days of business, creative development, and networking opportunities to the 5,500-plus international professionals expected in Toronto this September. Taking place September 6–10, this year’s programme will explore the impact of global events and socio-political trends at the forefront […]

by pnationtalk on August 20, 201950 Views

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Crowds gather in Eskasoni for 30th annual National Firefighting competition – CTV News

August 17, 2019 Aboriginal firefighters from coast-to-coast are visiting Cape Breton this weekend for the National Firefighting Competition. It’s the 30th year for the event being held in Eskasoni, N.S. this year. The top eight teams of aboriginal volunteer firefighters are going head-to-head in a variety of contests. “Eskasoni is so beautiful here. The weather […]

by ahnationtalk on August 19, 201935 Views

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TIFF 2019: Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers takes on the foster-care system – NOW Magazine

The Body Remembers When The World Broke Open speaks to the ways young Indigenous women are pushed to the margins While walking through her East Vancouver neighbourhood, actor and filmmaker Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers happened upon a young pregnant woman standing in the cold rain. She was barefoot and clearly in distress while a man was yelling […]

by ahnationtalk on August 19, 201942 Views

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Halfway River Rodeo goes September 6 to 8 – Alaska Highway News

August 15, 2019 As summer comes to a close, so too does rodeo season. But fear not, there is one more rodeo in the Peace Region still to come. Halfway River First Nations is holding its annual rodeo September 6 to 8. The rodeo will have a Friday night Bull Riders Canada show as it […]

by ahnationtalk on August 15, 201932 Views

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Ottawa Indigenous film festival set to kick off new season – APTN News

August 6, 2019 Ottawa’s Indigenous film festival is set to kick off its new season Wednesday night. The festival is going into its eighth season. This year’s edition has a theme. Todd brings us a preview. Read More: https://aptnnews.ca/2019/08/06/ottawa-indigenous-film-festival-set-to-kick-off-new-season/

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August 8 to 18, 2019 – Official Launch of the 2019 Montréal Pride Festival, Presented by TD Bank Group, in collaboration with Casino de Montréal

MONTRÉAL, Aug. 5, 2019 – The 2019 edition of the Montréal Pride festival was officially launched today by founding president Éric Pineault, in a festive atmosphere with several artists present during a press conference held in the Espace C2 of the Fairmount Queen Elizabeth Hotel. Between August 8 and 18, 2019, over 225 artists, 250 […]

by ahnationtalk on August 5, 201964 Views

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Five National Film Board of Canada world premieres at TIFF 2019. Feature docs by Alanis Obomsawin and Yung Chang join short films by Theodore Ushev, Christopher Auchter and Sandra Ignagni.

From: National Film Board July 31, 2019 – Toronto – National Film Board of Canada The 2019 Toronto International Film Festival will feature a stellar lineup with world premieres from filmmakers Alanis Obomsawin, Yung Chang, Theodore Ushev, Christopher Auchter and Sandra Ignagni. Premieres include the feature-length documentaries Jordan River Anderson, The Messenger, the 53rd film […]

by ahnationtalk on August 5, 201958 Views

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40 works of Canadian nonfiction to watch for this fall – CBC

Aug 01, 2019 Here are 40 works of Canadian nonfiction coming out in the second half of 2019 that we can’t wait to read. Jesse Thistle has earned many honours for his work in academia, including the 2016 Governor General’s Silver Medal. He is also a Trudeau and Vanier Scholar. He specializes in Indigenous homelessness, […]

by ahnationtalk on August 2, 201947 Views

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Travelling Indigenous cinema-on-wheels rolls into Winnipeg – CBC

Outdoor screening of 15 short films by Indigenous youth to be held at The Forks Jul 30, 2019 A travelling cinema showcasing short films made by Indigenous youth will be rolling its way into the Forks in Winnipeg Tuesday night. Projectionists Evan Kuakuapishish Launière and Mathilde Benignus have been travelling in a camper van, taking […]

by ahnationtalk on July 30, 201950 Views

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City of Kingston: Grand OnStage tickets go on sale today at noon

July 29, 2019 – Following a record-setting subscription sales period, the Grand Theatre opens its box office at noon today, Monday, July 29, to sell individual tickets for all of the 2019-20 Grand OnStage season shows. The twelfth Grand OnStage season puts more than 40 shows on sale, including cirque, dance, theatre, comedy and family […]

by pnationtalk on July 30, 201938 Views

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The most important non-fiction book in Poland’ right now is about a Labrador residential school survivor – CBC

Bookstores are selling out of 27 śmierci Toby’ego Obeda Jul 30, 2019 Poland is half a world away from the legacy of residential schools, but to the author of a new book chronicling that part of Canada’s past, “it’s a universal story of sin and a crime without punishment.” 27 śmierci Toby’ego Obeda, or The […]

by ahnationtalk on July 30, 2019102 Views

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Doig River Rodeo this coming weekend August 3 and 4 – Energeticcity.ca

July 28, 2019 FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Doig River First Nations will be hosting the Doig River Rodeo this coming weekend, August 3 and 4. This year’s Rodeo will feature events such as Saddle Bronc, Bareback Riding, Bull Riding, and Junior Events, along with Open Ranch Bronc Riding. On Saturday and Sunday morning, […]

by ahnationtalk on July 29, 201944 Views

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Raise Your Voice: NFB & imagineNATIVE launch call for Indigenous Voice Artists

Calling all Hip Hop, Rap, Spoken Word Artists, Poets, Singers, Audio Storytellers, and Podcasters. The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) and imagineNATIVE Film & Media Arts Festival are partnering for the eighth annual Digital Project Prize. This year we’re inviting Indigenous voice artists to apply to create something new, a digital or interactive experiment. […]

by aanationtalk on July 23, 201977 Views

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Barkerville’s Sixth Annual Indigenous Celebrations takes place July 20 – Quesnel Cariboo Observer

This year’s event will also be the soft launch of Indigenous programming at the historic site Jul. 18, 2019 As Barkerville Historic Town and Park gets ready to host its Sixth Annual Indigenous Celebrations this Saturday (July 20), there is even more excitement in the air than usual, as this year’s event will also mark […]

by ahnationtalk on July 18, 201976 Views

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CBC Announces Fall 2019 Premiere Dates for New and Returning Series

Jul 15, 2019 CBC today announced broadcast and streaming premiere dates for its fall 2019 slate of new and returning original series, featuring a wide range of Canadian stories across drama, comedy, factual, arts, kids, news, and documentary programming. The fall schedule launches Monday, September 16 on CBC and the free CBC Gem streaming service. KEY HIGHLIGHTS: Mystery Mondays return to CBC […]

by pnationtalk on July 17, 201957 Views

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River and Sky runs this Thursday to Sunday at Fishers’ Paradise – ElliotLakeToday.com

Head out to Fishers’ Paradise on the Sturgeon River and listen to 30 great bands If you’re a fan of the River and Sky Music and Camping Festival, you’re probably already packing your bags. The 11th edition of the festival, featuring 30 bands, runs July 18 to 21 on the banks of the Sturgeon River. […]

by ahnationtalk on July 16, 201946 Views

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Mustard up the courage! Relish in the glory! Gold Eagle Casino celebrates National Hot Dog Day with first Hot Dog Eating Championship and BBQ

July 10, 2019 – North Battleford, SK – Competitors are gearing up to chow down at Gold Eagle Casino’s first ever Hot Dog Eating Championship! Gold Eagle is hosting the eating championship and hot dog BBQ to celebrate National Hot Dog Day with the food catered by local meat shop B & D Meats. ‘We […]

by ahnationtalk on July 11, 201964 Views

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CBC targets young adults with new Gem slate – WellandTribune.ca

Warigami, Utopia Falls just two offerings to hit the streaming service TORONTO — With the battle for young-adult audiences heating up in the streaming space, the CBC is launching a slate of programming for audiences aged 13 to 24 on its Gem service. The public broadcaster says the lineup announced Wednesday isn’t a response to […]

by ahnationtalk on July 11, 201943 Views

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Weengushk International Film Festival unveils an exciting lineup of must-see films – Manitoulin Expositor

July 10, 2019 M’CHIGEENG – Building on the foundation of sharing knowledge and telling stories, the Weengushk International Film Festival (WIFF), presented by Weengushk Film Institute in partnership with Brock University, announced the selection of 30 unique and diverse films for the July 12 – 14 weekend. WIFF is a celebration of the creativity of […]

by ahnationtalk on July 10, 201980 Views

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A look at Comiccon and how the comic book world has changed – APTN News

July 9, 2019 It’s become somewhat of a cultural phenomenon: for three days, over 60,000 people from countless fictional worlds hold court at the Palais des Congres for Montreal’s Comiccon in a celebration of fantasy and collective nerdom. But tucked away in one of the convention centre’s many aisles is comic book artist Thomas Deer, […]

by ahnationtalk on July 10, 201939 Views

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What does a documentary look like on Instagram Stories? Eight participants chosen for Otherly—the NFB and POV Spark’s new program for innovative non-fiction Instagram Stories from Canada and the U.S.

From: National Film Board –30– Related products Electronic Press Kit | Otherly Associated links POV series Contacts Jennifer Mair NFB Publicist Cell.: 416-436-0105 j.mair@nfb.ca | @NFB_Jennifer Lily Robert Director, Communications and Public Affairs, NFB C.: 514-296-8261 l.robert@nfb.ca NT5

by ahnationtalk on July 8, 201968 Views

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New Entertainment In Saskatchewan Provincial Parks

July 4, 2019 This summer, Saskatchewan Provincial Parks will welcome Terrance Littletent, an accomplished grass and hoop dancer, to share his gift of dance, song and narrative to 10 different parks throughout the summer. “Terrance shares a unique performance that is sure to resonate with Saskatchewan park visitors,” Parks, Culture and Sport Minister Gene Makowsky […]

by ahnationtalk on July 4, 201962 Views

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Small but mighty local festival gives diverse and underrepresented voices a stage – Belleville Intelligencer

The Shift Festival 12 packs a punch with its program of three short and sharp works July 4, 2019 Shift Festival 12 When: July 11-13 Where: ANNEX (823 Seymour St.) Tickets and info: $19 shifttheatre.ca/tickets Actor/writer/director Tai Amy Grauman has turned to her Metis heritage for her new one-act play Marie’s Letters. Premiering at the […]

by ahnationtalk on July 4, 201986 Views

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The lowdown on entertainment available at the July First Friday – The Sarnia Journal

July 3, 2019 Journal Staff Sarnia’s First Friday cultural walkabout is embracing summer with full line-up of live music, art exhibitions and downtown shopping on Friday, July 5. Many stores and galleries are open till 9 p.m., street and lot parking downtown is free after 6 p.m., and bike racks are conveniently placed throughout the […]

by ahnationtalk on July 3, 201946 Views

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Montréal Pride Festival Unveils its TD Stage Free Outdoor Programming for 2019 Featuring Diversity and Parity!

MONTRÉAL, July 2, 2019 – The Montréal Pride Festival, presented by TD in collaboration with Casino de Montréal, today unveiled the complete program of the free outdoor shows to be presented on the TD stage at parc des Faubourgs, August 8 to 18, 2019. Along with the presence of headliners Ciara and Margaret Cho, the […]

by ahnationtalk on July 3, 201994 Views

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Media advisory: Canada Day Métis Friendship Celebration at Lower Fort Garry

From: Parks Canada June 28, 2019 St. Andrews, Manitoba Parks Canada Join us for the opening ceremony of the second Canada Day Métis Friendship Celebration held at Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site. This event is hosted by Parks Canada, in collaboration with the Manitoba Metis Federation (MMF). Family friendly activities on Canada Day at […]

by ahnationtalk on June 28, 201988 Views

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Fireworks and festivities: Here’s your guide to Canada Day celebrations in Toronto – CBC

Festivities are planned throughout the long weekend in and around Toronto Jun 28, 2019 Canada is preparing to celebrate its 152nd birthday this weekend, and Toronto is marking the occasion with events happening across the city. Festivities are planned to take place throughout the city, including fireworks displays to cap off what’s expected to be […]

by ahnationtalk on June 28, 201963 Views

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Media advisory: Great Celebrations to Mark Canada Day in Canada’s Capital Region

From: Canadian Heritage OTTAWA–GATINEAU – Canada Day celebrations in Canada’s Capital Region will kick off Sunday with a full day of programming at Major’s Hill Park, from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. The festivities will extend to Parliament Hill and the Canadian Museum of History on Monday. Join the Honourable Pablo Rodriguez, Minister of Canadian […]

by ahnationtalk on June 28, 201961 Views

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City of Iqaluit: Canada Day (July 1)

EVENTS FOR NATIONAL INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DAY (JUNE 21), SAINT-JEAN-BAPTISTE (JUNE 24) AND CANADA DAY (JULY 1) The City is pleased to announce the following line-up of events that will be held this year for Canada Day (July 1st), 2019 This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada. CANADA DAY (JULY 1ST) 9 […]

by ahnationtalk on June 27, 201962 Views

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