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Meet A Tribe Called Red’s secret weapon: the pow wow dancers electrifying their shows – CBC

‘The dance and the good medicine should be brought to everywhere, even places like clubs’ Angela Miracle Gladue (a.k.a. Lunacee) and Matthew Wood (a.k.a. Creeasian) are the Indigenous dancers that take centre stage at A Tribe Called Red’s high energy live shows. In full regalia, they light up the crowd and don’t stop moving until […]

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Manitoba Country Music Award Winners

The Manitoba Country Music Association celebrated the hard work and talent of Manitoba’s country music community with this year’s Manitoba Country Music Awards. The hardware was handed out at a gala on November 10 at the Metropolitan Entertainment Centre, presented with Daupin’s Countryest. Hosted by QX104’s Leanne Carter, the event featured performances by several local acts and nominees. Check out this […]

by pmnationtalk on November 16, 201716 Views

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Victoria could be home to first Indigenous Walk of Fame thanks to local filmmaker – CBC

Embracing Aboriginal culture and storytelling in film, Steve Sxwithul’txw aims to provide recognition Nov 15, 2017 A Victoria-based filmmaker wants the city to establish an Indigenous Walk of Fame to acknowledge Aboriginal storytellers and actors in the industry. Steve Sxwithul’txw has been part of the film and television industry for about 10 years. In that […]

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Manitoba Music – Call for Submissions: Open Mic Night Hosts – Deadline: Nov 23

Submission Deadline: 4PM CST Thursday, November 23, 2017 Manitoba Music is continuing the season of Open Mic Nights with the Winnipeg Folk Festival at The Handsome Daughter. Each event is hosted by a different artist. We are now taking submissions for artists interested in hosting a night. Artists will be offered an honorarium. To be […]

by aanationtalk on November 15, 201715 Views

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TV series Mohawk Girls drives major economic growth in Greater Montreal communities – CMPA

OTTAWA, November 9, 2017— In advance of the upcoming Mohawk Girls season premiere, the Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA) has released a study summarizing the impressive economic impact of the hit series over its five seasons. Filmed on location at the Kahnawake Mohawk Territory and around the Greater Montreal Area, the production has contributed $29.8 million in […]

by pmnationtalk on November 15, 20178 Views

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ROCKINGHAM: Iskwé making sure somebody knows about missing and murdered Indigenous women – Hamilton News

Iskwé was in Winnipeg back in the summer of 2014 when 15-year-old Tina Fontaine’s body was pulled out of the Red River. She remembers it well. Tina’s murder left an indelible mark, not only on her life, but also on the Hamilton-based songwriter’s music. Iskwé was one of the hundreds of Winnipeggers who marched from […]

by ahnationtalk on November 14, 201730 Views

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How musician Tom Wilson discovered his Indigenous identity – CBC

November 13, 2017 Like most children, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings’ Tom Wilson asked his parents a lot of questions growing up. But they refused to answer his most burning questions — like why his mother Bunny and his father George were so much older than his friends’ parents, and why they had no photos […]

by ahnationtalk on November 14, 201725 Views

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Media Advisory – Last of the Fur Traders, a heartwarming journey through the Canadian Arctic, coming to AMI-tv

TORONTO, Nov. 9, 2017 – Accessible Media Inc. (AMI) announced today that Last of the Fur Traders, a compelling documentary following a former Hudson’s Bay Company engineer as he retraces his steps through the Arctic with his filmmaker son by his side, will premiere on November 17. Hugh Kroetsch is 85-years-old and it’s been 64 years since he left Canada’s North […]

by pmnationtalk on November 10, 201736 Views

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Rogers Writers’ Trust: Spotlight on Leanne Betasamosake Simpson – Maclean’s

We asked the 2017 nominees: Do you consider yourself a politically engaged writer? How does that affect your work? Leanne Betasamosake Simpson is nominated for the 2017 Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize for her collection of poetry, stories and lyrics, This Accident of Being Lost. The winner will be announced at the Writers’ Trust Awards […]

by ahnationtalk on November 9, 201730 Views

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Sixties scoop revisited in Taylor’s Only Drunks and Children Tell the Truth – Vancouver Sun

November 8, 2017 Originally produced in 1996, Only Drunks and Children Tell the Truth is one of the first artistic works about an infamous chapter of Canadian history. In the 1960s, provincial authorities removed thousands of Native children from their reserve homes and parents to place them in a white, middle-class environment. Playwright Drew Hayden […]

by ahnationtalk on November 9, 201725 Views

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CTV Reveals First 10 Aspiring Artists Selected to Appear on CTV’s New Original Music Series and International TV Format, THE LAUNCH

– Starting today, CTV announces the first 10 of 30 artists selected to participate in the new six-part hour-long series, to be unveiled over three days – – Aspiring artists featured on THE LAUNCH represent diverse musical genres, styles, and unique hybrid sounds including Blues, Pop, Rock, Jazz, Alternative, Folk, R&B, Soul, Hip-Hop, Reggae, Broadway, […]

by pmnationtalk on November 7, 201718 Views

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Canada, It’s Complicated offers truth and reconciliation, one laugh at a time – CBC

November 05, 2017 As part of the on-going Canada 150 celebrations in 2017, a new comedy called, Canada, It’s Complicated, is touring the country. At first, Dakota Ray Hebert said she was “apprehensive” about being an Indigenous person involved in a Canada 150 show. “I knew they were looking for Indigenous comedians, but I didn’t […]

by pmnationtalk on November 6, 201738 Views

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The 95th Royal Agricultural Winter Fair trots into Toronto this November

Farm fun hits the 416 from November 3 to November 12 at Exhibition Place TORONTO, Nov. 2, 2017 – Get your boots polished and your coattails pressed because Toronto is about to saddle up for the 95th annual Royal Agricultural Winter Fair from November 3 until November 12. The Royal began in 1922 and is the world’s largest combined indoor agricultural and equestrian event. Whether […]

by pmnationtalk on November 2, 201732 Views

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Longlist Announced For BC’s National Award For Canadian Non-Fiction, One Of Canada’s Largest Book Prizes

November 1, 2017 VANCOUVER – The jury for the 14th Annual BC National Award for Canadian Non-Fiction, one of Canada’s leading literary non-fiction prizes, has selected its longlist for 2018. Over 150 books by 45 publishers were nominated for the $40,000 prize from across the country. The prize jury has selected the following longlist of […]

by pmnationtalk on November 2, 201745 Views

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Play highlights racial tensions during Halifax Explosion on 100th anniversary – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 27, 2017 11:59 OTTAWA _ A former sex worker who spent time in jail is urging the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls to interview other Aboriginal women who are languishing behind bars. Sharon Acoose says she was a victim of childhood abuse _ and she believes the majority of […]

by pmnationtalk on October 27, 201736 Views

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Announcing the New Constellations Tour

13-City Nation(s)wide Tour NEW CONSTELLATIONS Brings Together Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Artists for Multi-Disciplinary Celebration of Music and Arts, November – December, 2017 ************* A Tribe Called Red, Feist, Lido Pimienta, July Talk, Weaves, Naomi Klein, Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, Mob Bounce, and Many More Set to Perform and Mentor – NEW CONSTELLATIONS includes tour, mentorship program, […]

by pmnationtalk on October 27, 201744 Views

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Review: Gord Downie’s farewell album is intimately universal – CP

Source: The Associated Press Oct 26, 2017 14:21 By Pablo Gorondi THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Gord Downie, “Introduce Yerself” (Arts & Crafts) Gord Downie was blessed with the chance to say goodbye and he makes the most of that opportunity on “Introduce Yerself,” a 23-song farewell to friends, family, bandmates and others which leaves a lump in your throat and […]

by pmnationtalk on October 27, 201740 Views

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Life Among the Anishinabek of Northern Ontario

KINGSTON, ON, Oct. 26, 2017  – In this heartwarming memoir, retired non-Indigenous hunter, trapper and provincial conservation officer Bob Wells relives his early years learning about nature, hunting, fishing and life from his Anishinabek neighbours. Bob spent his youth at his parents’ fishing lodge. At the age of eleven he successfully hunted an eleven-point buck. As instructed, by […]

by pmnationtalk on October 26, 201757 Views

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Indigenous-produced docu-drama series “1491” reveals untold history of the Americas before Columbus

VICTORIA, Oct. 26, 2017 – The Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) will present the world premiere of the docu-drama series 1491: The Untold Story of the Americas Before Columbus starting November 8th on APTN East and HD at 7:00 p.m. ET, APTN West at 7:00 p.m. MT and APTN North at 7:00 p.m. CT. The series is also slated to air on ZDFE (Germany) […]

by pmnationtalk on October 26, 201779 Views

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Government inaction, industry tactics increase caribou risks – Red Deer Advocate

Oct. 25, 2017 October 5 came and went, and Canada’s boreal woodland caribou are still in trouble. That was the deadline the federal government gave provinces and territories five years ago to come up with caribou range plans for the iconic animals. Not one met the deadline. Why should we care about caribou? Beyond the […]

by ahnationtalk on October 26, 201752 Views

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Autumn Peltier’s nomination inspirational: Hughes – My Espanola Now

A 13-year-old girl from Manitoulin Island is receiving kudos in Parliament. Autumn Peltier is a young activist from Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory and is the only Canadian nominee for a prestigious international award. She was lauded in parliament by Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing, MP Carol Hughes. Peltier’s nomination for the International Children’s Peace Prize, known as the Nobel Prize […]

by ahnationtalk on October 26, 2017111 Views

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Gord Downie’s brother thanks crowd at Hip sing-along, calls for Indigenous reconciliation – CTV

October 25, 2017 Gord Downie’s brother thanks crowd at Hip singalong, calls for Indigenous reconciliation Gord Downie’s brother surprised a Toronto crowd of Tragically Hip fans honouring the late singer in an open-air singalong and encouraged them to keep Gord’s spirit alive by fighting for Indigenous reconciliation. Mike Downie stood up in Nathan Phillips Square […]

by ahnationtalk on October 26, 201740 Views

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Video game enabling fantasy pipeline attacks draws fire – CP

Source: The Associated Press Oct 25, 2017 23:13 By John Flesher THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. _ A video game developed by a Michigan State University assistant professor supports “eco-terrorism” by enabling players to zap imaginary oil pipelines with lightning bolts, an industry group said Wednesday, although the designer countered that it’s not meant to incite violence. “Thunderbird […]

by pmnationtalk on October 26, 201739 Views

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The Downie Wenjack Fund: Let’s Do Something

The Downie Wenjack Fund would like to thank everyone who joined us last night for the premiere of the Secret Path in Concert on CBC, and everyone who has continued to share their memories of Gord throughout the weekend. If you missed the broadcast. We have been especially moved by those from coast to coast to […]

by pmnationtalk on October 25, 201726 Views

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Large gathering for Tragically Hip singalong tribute to Gord Downie in Toronto – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 25, 2017  By Ryan McKenna THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ Daveed Goldman and Nobu Adilman wanted to pay tribute to late Tragically Hip singer Gord Downie after learning of his death. And so the directors of Choir! Choir! Choir!, a Toronto-based singalong collective, invited fans to Nathan Phillips Square on Tuesday night […]

by pmnationtalk on October 25, 201730 Views

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LAC: Join us for a free Canada on Screen event – Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner, November 15, 2017

You’re invited to our free screening of Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner, on Wednesday, November 15, 2017. This is our final Canada on Screen event of 2017, and we’re excited to end the year with this award-winning and beautifully epic film from our collection. Screening details Location: Library and Archives Canada (LAC) auditorium, 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa Doors […]

by pmnationtalk on October 23, 201745 Views

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New Canadian Ranger Patrol Named in Nibinamik First Nation – Net Newsledger

22 October 2017 Nibinamik First Nation – A remote community in the Far North of Ontario now has its own Canadian Ranger patrol, only four months after Rangers from other communities flew to it to help during a youth suicide crisis. “I’m excited, the community is excited,” said Chief Johnny Yellowhead of Nibinamik First Nation. […]

by ahnationtalk on October 23, 201732 Views

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The Downie and Wenjack Families: Thank you, Canada

Oct 20, 2017 The Downie and Wenjack Families would like to thank each and every person who has reached out with memories of our brother Gord. There has been a massive outpouring of love and support for both our families at this difficult time and we are truly grateful for the tributes, messages and donations […]

by pmnationtalk on October 20, 2017152 Views

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Support in wake of Gord Downie’s death ‘helps with the sadness’: brother Mike – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 20, 2017 14:25 By David Friend THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ The outpouring of public support in the days since Gord Downie’s death has been “unbelievable,” says one of the brothers of the Tragically Hip frontman. “It helps with the sadness because it’s so uplifting,” Mike Downie said through tears during an interview in […]

by pmnationtalk on October 20, 201748 Views

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CARAS: Remembering Gord

Today, with a heavy heart and with all Canadians, CARAS remembers the remarkable Gord Downie. His undeniable mark on the Canadian music industry, his lyrical genius, dazzling showmanship, philanthropic efforts, and of course, his love affair with Canada, will be remembered forever. “There is no replacing someone like Gord Downie. His genuine love for humanity […]

by aanationtalk on October 20, 201753 Views

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Gord Downie’s dedication to Indigenous issues lives on – The Globe and Mail

“In my mind, I envision us standing behind Gord,” says Mike Downie, older brother of the late musician. “To all these people who were inspired by him, he’s telling us to do something.” Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie died of brain cancer at the age of 53 on Tuesday, leaving behind a legacy of not […]

by ahnationtalk on October 20, 201745 Views

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Q&A: A Tribe Called Red frontman opens up about leaving the band – CBC

Ian Campeau talks about ‘taxing’ life on road and when he knew he had to make a change Oct 20, 2017 Ian Campeau, one of the founders of the Indigenous music group A Tribe Called Red, has announced he is leaving the group. In a statement released Wednesday, Ottawa-born Campeau said it was best for […]

by ahnationtalk on October 20, 201728 Views

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Gord Downie’s Secret Path gave ‘exposure’ to residential school stories, Chanie Wenjack’s sister says – CBC

Daisy Munroe says frontman’s visit north to launch project, meet Chanie’s family was appreciated Oct 19, 2017 One of Chanie Wenjack’s sisters says the work Gord Downie did in the final months of his life brought some much-needed attention, not only to her brother’s story, but those of other residential school survivors as well. Wenjack’s […]

by ahnationtalk on October 20, 201741 Views

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Gord Downie ‘like a Terry Fox in the modern day,’ says doctor – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 20, 2017 By Victoria Ahearn THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ Gord Downie’s openness about his diagnosis with terminal brain cancer will leave a lasting legacy that makes him “a Terry Fox in the modern day,” says a radiation oncologist who treated the late Tragically Hip frontman. “He is an icon for Canadians […]

by ahnationtalk on October 20, 201737 Views

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Gord Downie praised by Indigenous leaders, fans – The Globe and Mail

On an August night of last year, with the country’s eyes upon him and his terminal illness weighing like a stone, Gord Downie had a message for Canadians: It is time to address the hardships of Canada’s First Peoples. Mr. Downie, the astute poet who translated the Canadian experience into song, spent much of his […]

by ahnationtalk on October 19, 201722 Views

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The GGPAA Foundation pays tribute to Gord Downie

Gord Downie, musician, singer, songwriter, environmentalist and native rights activist, left his mark on generations of Canadians. His lyrics for the Tragically Hip, quirky and clever as they are, have become a part of the Canadian soundtrack. Songs such as Blow at High Dough, Courage, Wheat Kings and Bobcaygeon, are now sung at campfires and […]

by pmnationtalk on October 19, 201733 Views

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Tragically Hip doc, ‘Secret Path’ concert to air on TV in coming days – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 18, 2017 Tragically Hip fans mourning the death of Gord Downie will have a chance to see a new documentary about the band’s final tour and a broadcast of a “Secret Path” concert in the coming days. The documentary “Long Time Running” was originally scheduled to air on CTV in November but […]

by ahnationtalk on October 19, 201751 Views

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Tragically Hip fans bask in celebration and sadness at Gord Downie memorials – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 19, 2017  By David Friend THE CANADIAN PRESS KINGSTON, Ont. _ What began as a subdued memorial for Gord Downie organized by city officials in his Kingston, Ont. hometown erupted into an improvised candlelight vigil on Wednesday night with residents taking over the proceedings. Tearing a page from the Tragically Hip frontman’s […]

by ahnationtalk on October 19, 201743 Views

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BR Downie Roundup – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Oct 19, 2017  (Kingston-Memorial) What began as a subdued memorial for Gord Downie organized by city officials in his hometown of Kingston, Ontario grew into an improvised candlelight vigil last night. Fans paid tribute to the Tragically Hip frontman who died Tuesday at the age of 53 with sing-alongs, breakout […]

by ahnationtalk on October 19, 201743 Views

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Indigenous Peoples front and centre in Mary Walsh’s touring comedy show – CBC

Oct 18, 2017 This Hour Has 22 Minutes star’s Canada, It’s Complicated takes a humorous jab at 150th anniversary A new show that pokes fun at Canada’s 150th anniversary and uses humour to explore the country’s history makes two Manitoba stops this week — and besides being backed by one of Canada’s best-known comedians, it’s […]

by ahnationtalk on October 18, 201760 Views

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Indigenous leaders remember Downie’s contribution to reconciliation – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 18, 2017 OTTAWA _ Indigenous leaders are praising Gord Downie’s contribution to reconciliation as they mourn his death. Nishnawbe Aski Nation Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler says he knew Downie’s death was coming but he says it is still incredibly sad to know he is no longer alive. Fiddler says in addition to […]

by ahnationtalk on October 18, 2017100 Views

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AFN National Chief Perry Bellegarde Honours Memory of Gord Downie – Wicapi Omani, “Walks Among the Stars”, Offers Condolences to Family

AFN National Chief Perry Bellegarde Honours Memory of Gord Downie – Wicapi Omani, “Walks Among the Stars”, Offers Condolences to Family October 18, 2017 (Ottawa, ON) – Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde today honoured the memory of Gord Downie as an artist and advocate who made a great personal effort to advance […]

by pmnationtalk on October 18, 2017224 Views

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Canadian stars including Steven Page praise Gord Downie’s bravery – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Oct 18, 2017 11:05 TORONTO – Canadian musicians are sharing tearful tributes to Gord Downie. Former Barenaked Ladies singer Steven Page says he knew the late Tragically Hip frontman for many years and praises him for being “totally fearless.” Page says he thinks Downie’s work on social issues, like the rights of […]

by pmnationtalk on October 18, 201746 Views

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NAN Statement on Passing of Gord Downie

October 18, 2017 THUNDER BAY, ON: Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler, on behalf of the Executive Council, has issued the following statement following the passing of legendary musician Gord Downie: “Words cannot express our sorrow and our thoughts and prayers are with Gord’s brothers Mike and Patrick, and all of their family […]

by pmnationtalk on October 18, 201752 Views

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Gord Downie: 1964–2017 – Macleans

Remembering the life and legacy of The Tragically Hip frontman October 18, 2017 He was on a fishing trip. In the remote north, in a land where the many not born there dare not go. Where some get lost. Where some go to get lost. Days earlier, this quiet man had held much of the […]

by pmnationtalk on October 18, 201748 Views

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2011 Manitoba Flood Class Action Notice of Certification and Settlement Approval Hearing

To anyone who is a member of the Pinaymootang (Fairford), Little Saskatchewan, Lake St. Martin, or Dauphin River First Nations, who lived in Manitoba during the 2011 Flood: A Class Action Lawsuit May Affect Your Legal Rights. WINNIPEG, Oct. 17, 2017 CERTIFICATION The Courts have determined that the class action is certified and can proceed […]

by pmnationtalk on October 17, 201763 Views

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Manitobans Celebrated at Toronto’s imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival

October 12, 2017 Manitoba producers and creators will play a starring role at this year’s imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, the world’s largest showcase of Indigenous screen content. imagineNATIVE runs October 18 – 22, 2017 in Toronto, ON. As part of the festival, Manitoban Tina Keeper, a Cree actor, humanitarian, activist and founder & […]

by aanationtalk on October 17, 201748 Views

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Manitoba’s Country Music Community Converges on Winnipeg for Industry Panels on Nov 11

October 16, 2017 Canada’s country music scene is going through a boom, with touring and recording artists making waves across the nation and around the globe. Manitoba’s own country music community is building on its reputation for stellar talent, producing acclaimed acts like Doc Walker, The Bros. Landreth, Ray St. Germain, Heather Longstaffe, Don Amero, Kendra Kay, Petric, and more. Manitoba Music […]

by pmnationtalk on October 17, 201739 Views

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Indian Horse Wins Coveted VIFF Super Channel People’s Choice Award

Shut Up and Say Something, Loving Vincent and Faces Places also lauded as audience favourites VANCOUVER, B.C. (October 13, 2017) – After a successful 16-day run, the 36th annual Vancouver International Film Festival wrapped up on Friday evening with the screening of Todd Haynes’ Wonderstruck and the unveiling of the VIFF Impact Award, presented by the Lochmaddy Foundation. The […]

by pmnationtalk on October 16, 201762 Views

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Winnipeg Premiere of Marie Clements’ NFB Musical Documentary. The Road Forward, starting October 21 at the Cinematheque.

“An embarrassment of riches regarding the political, cultural, and day-to-day life of Canada’s First Nations people.” – Ken Eisner, Georgia Straight “A music documentary like no other. It bends and pushes the boundaries of what we expect of Indigenous cinema.” – Aisha Jamal, Hot Docs. October 11, 2017 – Vancouver – National Film Board of Canada […]

by pmnationtalk on October 13, 201769 Views

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