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The Marrow Thieves,’ ‘Scarborough’ among titles on Trillium Book Award shortlist – CP

Source: The Canadian Press May 24, 2018 TORONTO _ Stories about a low-income Toronto neighbourhood and a dystopian future seen through the eyes of an Indigenous teenager are among the six English-language books shortlisted on Thursday for the 2018 Trillium Book Award. They join three English poetry titles as finalists for the awards celebrating Ontario-based writers. In […]

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Trillium Award Finalists Reflect Ontario’s Diverse Authors

May 24, 2018 TORONTO – Six English and five French books have been shortlisted for the 2018 Trillium Book Award, the Ontario government’s prestigious award for literature. Three titles are also shortlisted for the Trillium Book Award for Poetry in both English language and French language. For detailed information on all the 2018 Trillium Book Award […]

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Here’s a wrap of the 13th annual Manito Ahbee festival from Winnipeg – APTN News

May 22, 2018 The Manito Ahbee Festival wrapped up in Winnipeg on Sunday. It was the 13th annual celebration of Indigenous culture, arts, and music. The Indigenous music awards, and the international pow wow are a major part of the festival. Here’s a wrap of the weekend. Read More: http://aptnnews.ca/2018/05/22/heres-a-wrap-of-the-13th-annual-manito-ahbee-festival-from-winnipeg/

by ahnationtalk on May 23, 201826 Views

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A Tribe Called Red plays Rankin Arena – Sault Star

May 23, 2018 A Tribe Called Red plays at Rankin Arena on Wednesday night. The free show starts at 7 p.m. at the arena’s baseball diamond at 343 Gran St. A Tribe Called Red is touring several First Nation communities including Wiikwemkoong and Oswe:ge. Read More: http://www.saultstar.com/2018/05/23/a-tribe-called-red-plays-rankin-arena

by ahnationtalk on May 23, 201821 Views

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Jasmine Netsena wins first SOCAN Foundation Indigenous Songwriter Award

TD Bank Group contributes $10,000 for inaugural honour WINNIPEG, May 22, 2018  – The SOCAN Foundation, part of the SOCAN Group of organizations, in partnership with TD Bank Group, presented its very first Indigenous Songwriter Award to Jasmine Netsena at the 2018 Indigenous Music Awards. SOCAN member Netsena, from Fort Nelson, BC, received the award – which included a $10,000 cash prize, and […]

by pmnationtalk on May 22, 201836 Views

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The more the merrier’: Manito Ahbee expected to draw thousands, part of busy weekend for Winnipeg’s downtown – CBC

May 16, 2018 Festival celebrating Indigenous music and culture will coincide with Jets playoff game on Sunday The Winnipeg Jets game against the Vegas Golden Knights isn’t the only event that will draw thousands to Winnipeg’s downtown this weekend. The Manito Ahbee Festival, which celebrates Indigenous arts, culture and music, gets underway in Winnipeg on […]

by ahnationtalk on May 16, 201835 Views

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Indigenous Male Teens In The Maritimes Wanted For Short Film – The Bend – CKNI

May 14, 2018 A Two-Spirit proof of concept short film is searching for two Indigenous male teens from New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and PEI to play the lead roles. No previous on camera experience is necessary for the project, entitled Wildfire, and any Indigenous teens between the ages of 14 and 20 are encourage to […]

by ahnationtalk on May 14, 201823 Views

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A dialogue spanning time and tradition – Dal News

May 10, 2018 The first voice you hear on Jeremy Dutcher’s remarkable new album Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa is his own, a rich and powerful tenor singing in his native Wolastoqey language over a solitary piano. But by the time the opening track (titled “Mehcinut”) reaches its massive orchestral peak, another voice begins to sing its refrain: […]

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Interview: Don Amero On YL Morning Show – YL Country

May 8, 2018 It was such a pleasure visiting with 3 Time Juno Nominee Don Amero this morning. 2017’s Aboriginal Artist of the Year at the Manitoba Country Music Awards. If you missed the interview, here it is below – just click play: Read More: http://www.ylcountry.com/interview-don-amero-on-yl-morning-show/

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IRC: New ICS Children’s Program ‘Iglaq’ To Air On APTN North

May 04, 2018 A new television program produced by Inuvialuit Communications Society (ICS) will air on Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) North this spring – starting May 12 and will be shown every Saturday and Sunday morning. Iglaq is a 13-episode series focusing on youth and encourages them to learn Inuvialuktun. The program included input from elders and youth from across the […]

by ahnationtalk on May 4, 201837 Views

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Rose Cousins, Kinley, Les Paiens, and Joel Plaskett among Winners at 2018 East East Coast Music Awards

May 03, 2018 Rose Cousins, KINLEY, Les Païens, and Joel Plaskett among winners at 2018 East Coast Music Awards Show Rose Cousins, KINLEY, Les Païens, and Joel Plaskett are among the artists who took home East Coast Music Awards (ECMAs) tonight at the 2018 East Coast Music Awards Show at the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax, NS. City Natives, Jacques […]

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Female singer songwriters reign at East Coast Music Awards gala in Halifax – CP

Source: The Canadian Press May 4, 2018  By Aly Thomson THE CANADIAN PRESS HALIFAX _ Female singer-songwriters reigned at this year’s East Coast Music Awards gala Thursday, including a P.E.I. artist rewarded for an intimate music video detailing her heartbreaking story of adolescent rape. KINLEY picked up the Rising Star Recording of the Year for her debut […]

by ahnationtalk on May 4, 201835 Views

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Entertainment: Hit The Ice TV show’s virtual tryouts for Indigenous female hockey players now open – TheSuburban.com

The youth hockey series Hit The Ice will be returning to APTN for its seventh season, and in a recent press release they’ve put a callout for recruiting players for the show. The 13-episode series, featuring Midget and Junior Indigenous hockey hopefuls, from communities across the country, as they’re put through the paces of a […]

by ahnationtalk on May 3, 201845 Views

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Jeremy Dutcher reaches across a century to connect with Wolastoq language – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Apr 25, 2018  By David Friend THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ Singer Jeremy Dutcher’s voice is an instrument that’s reaching across a century of Indigenous history. The 27-year-old operatic tenor’s debut album marks an exercise in duality, as the trained musician combines his interest in classical and electronic music with a stunning array […]

by ahnationtalk on April 25, 201846 Views

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World-class artists round out performers for 2018 CBC Indigenous Music Awards – CBC

Jarrett Martineau, host of CBC’s Reclaimed, to co-host awards with singer-songwriter Beatrice Deer Apr 24, 2018 CBC’s Jarrett Martineau will take over hosting duties with singer-songwriter Beatrice Deer as a slate of world-class Indigenous artists takes the stage next month for the CBC Music Indigenous Music Awards. CBC Music announced a list of performers Tuesday. […]

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Indigenous Voice Film Festival at the Huron County Museum April 19-22 – Goderich Signal Star

April 19, 2018 The journey of the 21st century will be to learn about, navigate with, and walk the road to reconciliation with Canada’s Indigenous communities. Come see, hear and learn through the lens of Indigenous filmmakers starting today, Thursday, April 19, through to Sunday, April 22. Join the Huron County Museum for the first […]

by ahnationtalk on April 20, 201863 Views

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Submit your film to the NSI Online Short Film Festival, deadline June 4

Submissions are now open for the National Screen Institute’s Online Short Film Festival. Films are accepted exclusively through FilmFreeway until Monday, June 4, 2018. Films that meet award criteria are eligible for the $1,250 A&E Short Filmmakers Award for best film. Read about the most recent winners. NSI Online Short Film Festival winners receive a […]

by aanationtalk on April 19, 201857 Views

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AIAI National & Regional Candidates Forum

The Forum will be held during the Annual General Assembly on June 12th in Oneida at the Oneida Community Center. Come out and meeting the candidates and interact with the potential future Chiefs. View Image NT5

by ahnationtalk on April 18, 201855 Views

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Bob Joseph’s new book a perfect primer for today’s Indigenous discussions – The Province

Bob Joseph has spent decades working as an Indigenous-relations trainer. He helps everyone from non-profits to government to Fortune 500 companies with Indigenous awareness. In 2015, the Gwawaenuk Nation member and former Royal Roads University professor turned a critical eye to the Indian Act in a post on his Working Effectively with Indigenous Peoples® blog. […]

by ahnationtalk on April 18, 201860 Views

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Isabel Bader Centre’s 5th season features inaugural KA’TAROHKWI Festival of Indigenous Arts – My Scene

Kingston ON … The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts at Queen’s University launches its 5th Anniversary Season that includes the inaugural The Ka’tarohkwi Festival of Indigenous Arts (pronounced Cat-ar-oh-qui). The festival’s signature events include the National Arts Centre Orchestra’s performance of their commission, I Lost My Talk inspired by the poem by Rita […]

by ahnationtalk on April 13, 201877 Views

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The Firehall Arts Centre Presents Sheldon Elter’s Métis Mutt – My VanCity

The Firehall Arts Centre is pleased to present Sheldon Elter’s Métis Mutt from Wednesday, April 25 to Saturday, May 5, 2018. Written and performed by Métis actor, writer, stand-up comic, musician and director Sheldon Elter, Métis Mutt recounts the story of Sheldon’s coming of age under extremely difficult family and cultural circumstances. The child of […]

by ahnationtalk on April 13, 201864 Views

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Facing Down The Past: Our Review Of ‘Indian Horse’ – In The Seats

April 13, 2018 We’ve all heard the phrase, “You can’t know where you’re going until you know where you’ve been.” For many generations of First Nation people, knowing where they’ve been wasn’t an option. In the 19th century, the Canadian government created a policy called “aggressive assimilation.” The program was meant to “educate” and “care […]

by ahnationtalk on April 13, 201875 Views

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It is our truth’: Indian Horse actor, residential school survivor says the film is no fiction – CBC

‘I really feel that the time is right and people are ready to listen’ Apr 11, 2018 Seven decades ago, Edna Manitowabi was taken from her home in Manitowaning on Manitoulin Island, Ont. Under threat of arrest, her mother placed Manitowabi on a bus, sending her away to a residential school. “When I was six […]

by ahnationtalk on April 12, 2018190 Views

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Clint Eastwood told ‘Indian Horse’ director: ‘People need to see this movie’ – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Apr 11, 2018 By Victoria Ahearn THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ When Canadian director Stephen S. Campanelli showed his new film “Indian Horse” to his mentor, Clint Eastwood, the four-time Oscar winner was in disbelief. In theatres Friday, the drama is based on late Canadian author Richard Wagamese’s acclaimed novel, about an Ojibwe […]

by ahnationtalk on April 11, 201891 Views

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Fifteen Lakota Visitors by Taqralik Partridge – CBC

Taqralik Partridge has made the 2018 CBC Short Story Prize shortlist for Fifteen Lakota Visitors. The winner will be announced on April 17, 2018. They will receive $6,000 from the Canada Council for the Arts, will have an opportunity to attend a 10-day writing residency at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity and have […]

by ahnationtalk on April 10, 201867 Views

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Strawberries by Terri Monture – CBC

2018 CBC Short Story Prize shortlist Terri Monture has made the 2018 CBC Short Story Prize shortlist for Strawberries. The winner will be announced on April 17, 2018. They will receive $6,000 from the Canada Council for the Arts, will have an opportunity to attend a 10-day writing residency at the Banff Centre for Arts […]

by ahnationtalk on April 10, 201869 Views

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Government releases advisory council report on finfish aquaculture

April 5, 2018 VICTORIA – The Government of British Columbia has released the report that it received from the Minister of Agriculture’s Advisory Council on Finfish Aquaculture (MAACFA). The council worked over the past 18 months to complete the report, which provides strategic, immediate and long-term recommendations. They are grouped into six themes: Salmon farm […]

by ahnationtalk on April 6, 201870 Views

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Film shows escaping the trauma of residential school through sports – Two Row Times

A drama tackling one of the most sensitive subjects of trauma for many indigenous residential school survivors and families is found in the film adaptation of Richard Wagamese’s compelling novel ‘Indian Horse’ — set to hit theatres on April 14. Artist Logan Staats attended the premiere screening of the film in Ottawa last week, and […]

by ahnationtalk on April 4, 201861 Views

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Award-winning Tsilhqot’in filmmaker Trevor Mack on his new short film ?Etsu (Grandmother) – National Observer

Trevor Mack, a 25-year-old, award-winning Tsilhqot’in filmmaker released his newest film over the weekend. The innovative, 13-minute short film, shot in the point of view of a young indigenous boy, follows his story after the death of his ʔEtsu (grandmother). The film explores themes of child abuse, and child suicide on reserves. Mack told National […]

by ahnationtalk on April 4, 201864 Views

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A heroic effort’: Feature film about Gwich’in soldier breaks barriers in N.W.T. – CBC

‘There’s something just magical about hearing the language,’ says Marie Clements, writer of Red Snow Apr 01, 2018 They only had five days in the Northwest Territories, but a film crew managed to overcome snow and winds, some inexperienced actors and batteries dying at –26 C to shoot part of an Indigenous feature film, Red […]

by ahnationtalk on April 2, 201864 Views

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Film fans fight for independent cinema in Thunder Bay – TVO

In northwestern Ontario, you’re a long way from the nearest indie theatre. Diehards have built a thriving scene anyway Mar 23, 2018 THUNDER BAY — A generation ago, Thunder Bay could boast of seven movie theatres in town. Today, Cineplex’s 12-screen SilverCity remains the only option for a city of 100,000 people. To the chagrin […]

by ahnationtalk on March 26, 201880 Views

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The 2018 JUNO Awards Broadcast recognizes rising talent and pays homage to legends, capping week-long celebration of Canada’s biggest night in music

Gord Downie becomes most awarded male Canadian artist of all time with Artist of the Year win Barenaked Ladies inducted to the Canadian Music Hall of Fame Host Michael Bublé surprised fans with a special performance with Diana Krall Vancouver, BC – THE 2018 JUNO AWARDS celebrated Canada’s biggest night in music in grand style, […]

by aanationtalk on March 26, 201882 Views

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Optimism shines bright at upbeat Juno Awards show in Vancouver – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Mar 26, 2018 By David Friend THE CANADIAN PRESS VANCOUVER _ It was a night of positivity and resilience at the Juno Awards as the stars of Canadian music focused on celebrating the upsides of life. Host Michael Buble set the tone early on Sunday night by announcing his wife’s third pregnancy _ […]

by ahnationtalk on March 26, 201878 Views

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The 2018 JUNO Award Winners List

ARTIST OF THE YEAR (PRESENTED WITH APPLE MUSIC) Gord Downie Arts & Crafts*Universal GROUP OF THE YEAR (PRESENTED WITH APPLE MUSIC) A Tribe Called Red Pirates Blend*Sony Download the full 2018 JUNO Awards winners list. NT5

by aanationtalk on March 26, 201898 Views

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The 2018 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards in Vancouver honours past, present and future of Canadian music in concert under the sails

Gord Downie received multiple posthumous honours and standing ovation First-time nominees took home more than half the evening’s 36 awards Special awards given to industry veterans Denise Donlon (Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award) and Gary Slaight (Humanitarian Award); rockstars Arcade Fire received International Achievement Award Jim Cuddy presented with MusiCounts Inspired Minds Ambassador Award Vancouver, […]

by aanationtalk on March 26, 201869 Views

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‘The Water Walker’. A Book inspired by Nibi – Sault Online

March 22, 2018 There is a special gift of a book titled, ‘The Water Walker’ that should surely find its way into every collection at school libraries, public libraries, Sunday school libraries, and indeed – home libraries in Canada and beyond. ‘The Water Walker’ is a love story for all time. For all ages. For […]

by ahnationtalk on March 23, 201877 Views

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Docs Opening in Canada this Week (Mar. 23 – 29) – Point of View Mag

March 23rd, 2018 It’s raining cats and dogs at movies theatres this week! While film buffs looking for drama can settle for prized pooches in Wes Anderson’s zany Isle of Dogs, doc walkers may enjoy some feline follies in Michael McNamara and Aaron Hancox’s loveable Catwalk: Tales from the Catshow Circuit. The documentary adds to […]

by ahnationtalk on March 23, 2018138 Views

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NFB launches “Indigenous Cinema” (#NFBIndigenous) online. Over 200 films by Indigenous creators available for free streaming—including 20 new and recently added titles.

March 21, 2018 – Montreal – National Film Board of Canada (NFB) On March 22, the National Film Board of Canada will launch Indigenous Cinema (#NFBIndigenous),  an NFB Web page offering free streaming of more than 200 new and classic titles from its unparalleled collection of films by Indigenous directors—including 20 new and recently added films. Indigenous Cinema has been […]

by pmnationtalk on March 22, 2018112 Views

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NFB launches Indigenous Cinema website with more than 200 films to stream – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Mar 22, 2018 The National Film Board of Canada has launched Indigenous Cinema, a website that offers free streaming of more than 200 titles by Indigenous directors. The website is part of the NFB’s three-year Indigenous Action Plan and will also feature playlists and filmmaker biographies. Films available to stream include Mike Kanentakeron […]

by ahnationtalk on March 22, 201889 Views

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Cultural icon Buffy Sainte-Marie added to Mariposa line-up – OrilliaMatters.com

Her most recent album, Medicine Songs, is nominated for multiple awards Mariposa Folk Festival organizers announced today that cultural icon Buffy Sainte-Marie has been added to a festival lineup that’s turning out to be one of the best in years. Sainte-Marie has had a storied career, earning numerous recognitions including an Academy Award, Golden Globe, […]

by ahnationtalk on March 22, 201856 Views

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Indian Horse screens at special Canadian Museum of History event, March 27 – NSI

Indian Horse, from producers Paula Devonshire (NSI Features First, NSI Totally Televison) and Trish Dolman (NSI Features First), screens at a special event at the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau on March 27. The screening is presented by the Honourable Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs; the Honourable Jane Philpott, Minster […]

by ahnationtalk on March 21, 201894 Views

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Wapikoni Event: 31 March 2018 / Femmes des nations – programme de courts métrages

SATURDAY, MARCH 31 – 3 PM – SCREENING FEMMES DES NATIONS – SHORT FILM PROGRAM Musée de la civilisation 85, rue Dalhousie, Québec FREE Eight shorts from all over Quebec and Canada Huit courts métrages documentaires, venant d’un peu partout au Québec et au Canada, réalisés par des femmes et qui réfléchissent à la notion […]

by aanationtalk on March 21, 201868 Views

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Terese Marie Mailhot: ‘Even if everything is stripped from me I still have my voice’ – The Star

Mailhot speaks about her debut memoir Heart Berries and how she was initially discouraged from writing a memoir March 16, 2018 Terese Marie Mailhot doesn’t own a passport. Travel was an unimaginable luxury growing up impoverished on the Seabird Island Reservation in British Columbia. But now with the runaway critical success of her debut memoir, […]

by ahnationtalk on March 16, 2018109 Views

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Nominees to hit the stage at the JUNO Gala Dinner and Awards Presented by SOCAN

Clairmont The Second, Iskwé, James Barker Band, Terra Lightfoot and 2018 Allan Slaight JUNO Master Class winner, Caveboy, set to perform live TORONTO – The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) announced today the JUNO Award nominees confirmed to perform live “under the stars” at the Vancouver Convention Centre, on Saturday, March 24 […]

by ahnationtalk on March 15, 2018115 Views

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Government of Canada makes $98-million payment to Ontario for 2013 ice storm relief

From Public Safety Canada March 15, 2018 Ottawa, Ontario Public Safety Canada The Government of Canada works closely with provinces, territories and Indigenous communities to assist Canadians when disasters strike. The Government of Canada has provided $98,547,210 through the Disaster Financial Assistance Arrangements (DFAA) to assist the province of Ontario with costs from the 2013 […]

by ahnationtalk on March 15, 201896 Views

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Where are all the protest songs? – A Journal of Musical Things

This email from Dave arrived yesterday. Alan, What has happened today the art of the protest song? In the 60’s and 70’s, music’s influence as the voice of change, counter-culture and a generation. Alternative rock in the 90’s had some bands the carried the torch but who now carries it. In an era of Donald […]

by ahnationtalk on March 14, 2018102 Views

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TIFF Returns to Ottawa – Ottawa Life Magazine

Has it been a year already? Approximately a year ago The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) came to Ottawa where it showcased films that were recognized as the best Canadian films of the year or as it’s affectionately known, Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival. If you have read anything I have written or seen any […]

by ahnationtalk on March 14, 201862 Views

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East Coast awards pull Indigenous artist nominee amid questions about Metis ties – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Mar 13, 2018 HALIFAX _ A Nova Scotia musician has been pulled from consideration for Indigenous artist of the year at the East Coast Music Awards due to questions surrounding his claims to Metis heritage. The chair of the East Coast Music Association’s board of directors says the nomination of Cape Breton guitarist […]

by ahnationtalk on March 13, 201895 Views

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Final performers confirmed for the 47th annual JUNO Awards Broadcast, March 25 on CBC

Mar 12, 2018 TORONTO – The next group of artists set to perform at The 2018 JUNO Awards were announced today by the Canadian Academy of Arts and Sciences (CARAS). World-renowned jazz singer, Diana Krall, singer-songwriter and Vancouver local Shawn Hook, and Nunavut indie roots band The Jerry Cans, will take the Rogers Arena stage […]

by ahnationtalk on March 13, 201898 Views

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Grand Chief Accepts Canadian Screen Award on Behalf of Secret Path Project

March 11, 2018 TORONTO, ON: Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler accepted the ‘Donald Brittain Award for Best Social/Political Documentary Program’ for Gord Downie’s Secret Path on behalf of producers Mike Downie and Stuart Coxe during the Canadian Screen Awards gala this evening. “I am honoured to accept this award on behalf of […]

by pmnationtalk on March 12, 2018126 Views

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