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Sportsnet ēkwa APTN wītahpisohtawak ta cikāstēpayitācik māci nistam nēhiyaw-pīkiskwēwin NHL cikāstēpayicikēwin, niska pīsim akimihci niso mitanow nēwosāp

Sportsnet ēkwa APTN wītahpisohtawak ta cikāstēpayitācik māci nistam nēhiyaw-pīkiskwēwin NHL cikāstēpayicikēwin, niska pīsim akimihci niso mitanow nēwosāp – ōma kāwī mistēhtākwahk cikāstēpayicikēwin ē wī ispayik osci Rogers Hometown Hockey nakēwin ēkota ēnoch nēhiyaw askiy, Alta. – Clarence Iron, “pēyak opīkiskwēstamākēw osci sōniskwātahikēwin” NHL alum John Chabot ēkwa Juno Award otahiwēw Earl Wood osihtāwak APTN’s NHL […]

by pmnationtalk on March 14, 201924 Views

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Short story collection about search of identity honoured provincially – MooseJawToday.com

Lisa Bird-Wilson’s short story collection pertaining to Indigenous identity, Just Pretending, is the 2019 Saskatchewan Library Association’s selection for One Book, One Province Who am I? It’s a simple question with a myriad of complicated answers. “Indigenous identity is complicated and it’s messy. And for some reason I wanted to write fiction about it,” said […]

by ahnationtalk on March 14, 201921 Views

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Hit APTN show, The Laughing Drum, is bringing the laughs to Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival

Hit APTN show, The Laughing Drum, is bringing the laughs to Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival March 12, 2019, Winnipeg, Man. – In a first for APTN, The Laughing Drum is making its debut at the world-renowned Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival on March 15, 2019. Two episodes will be recorded in front of a live audience […]

by pmnationtalk on March 13, 201962 Views

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Anne with an E’ finds cast for Indigenous storyline for season 3 – The Windsor Star

March 12, 2019 TORONTO — The Canadian coming-of-age series “Anne with an E” has found its cast for an Indigenous storyline that will unfold in the upcoming third season. Producers say 12-year-old Kiawenti:io Tarbell, a Mohawk from Akwesasne, will play Ka’kwet on the CBC and Netflix series that’s inspired by Lucy Maud Montgomery’s classic novel. […]

by ahnationtalk on March 12, 201936 Views

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Preview: New GTNT show brings audience back to school – Cochrane Times

March 7, 2019 When Dakota Ray Hebert started working on her new play, Native Studies 101, she asked her young performers a simple question. “What are some of the things you wish you could tell your teachers?” Hebert said. “I think a lot of Indigenous youth keep quiet … because they don’t want to be […]

by ahnationtalk on March 7, 201927 Views

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Community events in and around St. John’s, Thursday, March 7 to Friday, March 8 – The Telegram

Thursday March 7 Groups 7 p.m. TOPS Club The Iris Bonnell Memorial Chapter of TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) NL meets every Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Paul Reynolds Community Centre in the Frances Lambe Room No. 2. Come learn about TOPS and what it has to offer you. What do you have to […]

by ahnationtalk on March 7, 201929 Views

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Searching for Timmins’s heart of gold – TVO

TVO.org speaks with director Catie Lamer about her new documentary, “Northern Gold” — and about how the precious metal has shaped the city’s past and present Mar 06, 2019 Timmins is known as the “city with a heart of gold.” And for good reason: the precious metal has shaped the city from its very beginnings. […]

by ahnationtalk on March 6, 201945 Views

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APTN’S CAUTION: May Contain Nuts immerses fans in popular show with launch of VR comedy sketches

APTN’S CAUTION: May Contain Nuts immerses fans in popular show with launch of VR comedy sketches The first of its kind for APTN, CAUTION’s production team is using 360-degree film technology to immerse viewers in six new sketches. March 1, 2019, Edmonton, Alta. – With the launch of season five of APTN’s CAUTION: May Contain […]

by ahnationtalk on March 3, 2019133 Views

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Media Advisory: RBC Taylor Prize 2019 Winner Announced

TORONTO – Media are welcome to cover (SRO – no luncheon seating available) WHEN: Monday March 4, 2018 Luncheon: 12 noon | Announcement 1:40 p.m. The Omni King Edward Hotel in downtown Toronto WHY COVER: This Monday, March 4th one of five RBC Taylor Prize finalists will be named the winner of the Prize. The […]

by ahnationtalk on March 3, 2019113 Views

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Operation Houseguest Underway! Global Announces 14 New Agents Joining the Seventh Season of Big Brother Canada

Toronto, Canada – Global uncovers a house of spies as 14 new houseguests enter the sleek Big Brother Canada headquarters on Wednesday, March 6 at 7 p.m. ET/PT. The #BBCAN7 “agents” are on a mission to be the last one standing, but they will have to endure and overcome a season of manipulation, adaptation, and deception. […]

by ahnationtalk on February 27, 201977 Views

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Ontario Taking Steps to Unlock Economic Development Potential of the Far North

February 25, 2019 9:00 Ontario’s Government is working for the people of our northern communities by taking action to create a path forward for economic development in the Far North of Ontario. As announced in the Fall Economic Statement, the Ontario government has been reviewing the Far North Act with the goal of reducing red […]

by ahnationtalk on February 25, 201953 Views

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2019 RBC Taylor Prize finalists in conversation February 28 at TIFA

Feb 21, 2019 TORONTO, Feb. 21, 2019  –  Media are invited to attend the2019 RBC Taylor Prize Finalists in Conversation, celebrating the year’s best achievements in literary non-fiction. This highly-anticipated event will take the form of a panel discussion followed by an audience Q&A. This event is presented by the Toronto International Festival of Authors, in partnership […]

by ahnationtalk on February 21, 201968 Views

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UBC Mountain Film Festival uses the appeal of winter sports to revamp climate change narratives – Ubyssey Online

Feb. 20, 2019 UBC Mountain Festival, a film series co-hosted by The Environmental Sciences Students’ Association (ESSA), UBC Varsity Outdoor Club (VOC), UBC Ski & Board Club, and UBC Surf Club brings the topic of skiing and snowboarding with climate change, relationship to place, and Indigenous sovereignty to life. The event started as an idea […]

by ahnationtalk on February 20, 201960 Views

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Five Shortlisted Authors for the RBC Taylor Prize Speakers at Toronto’s famous Ben McNally Books’ Sunday Books & Brunch event

TORONTO, Feb. 14, 2019 – The RBC Taylor Prize and Ben McNally Books are presenting the 18th annual Books & Brunch featuring the five finalists for the 2019 RBC Taylor Prize on Sunday, March 3rd at 10:00 a.m. in the Vanity Fair Ballroom of the Omni King Edward Hotel in downtown Toronto. The Brunch is an opportunity for the public to meet all five finalists […]

by pmnationtalk on February 15, 201988 Views

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Great Bear Rainforest: IMAX Film

February 13, 2019 The highly anticipated feature film, Great Bear Rainforest, will be screened this month at select IMAX cinemas in Vancouver, Victoria, Toronto and Sudbury. Directed by Ian McAllister, Executive Director of Pacific Wild, the film gives viewers from around the world a chance to see one of the planet’s most spectacular places, including its thriving […]

by pmnationtalk on February 14, 2019118 Views

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Embark on a wonder-filled journey to Canada’s rugged west coast at the Ontario Science Centre with new IMAX® film Great Bear Rainforest

TORONTO (February 12, 2019) – Experience one of the planet’s most exquisite and secluded wildernesses —Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest— when the new documentary Great Bear Rainforest opens at the Ontario Science Centre on February 15, 2019.  From the underwater ocean world, through the salmon river valleys to the ice-capped peaks of the Coast Mountains, journey into a land […]

by pmnationtalk on February 12, 201947 Views

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Pride and the pen: Two bestselling B.C. authors reflect on success and Indigenous identity – Vancouver Sun

February 10, 2019 When Darrel McLeod set out for Yekooche, an isolated community 75 kilometres north of Fort St. James, to interview for a job, he was also on a quest to find himself. It was 1989. McLeod, raised in Smith, Alta., in a large Cree family, was teaching French immersion in an affluent Vancouver […]

by ahnationtalk on February 11, 201971 Views

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Free Family Day fun at Alberta parks and museums

Free admission and special programming at provincial parks, museums and historic sites are yours to enjoy Monday, Feb. 18. Many facilities have activities and events for all ages throughout the long weekend. “Spending time with family and friends is the most important part of Family Day. I can’t think of a better way to do […]

by ahnationtalk on February 7, 2019154 Views

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Northwestern Ontario locals play key roles in CBC drama series – Daily Miner and News

February 6, 2019 Meegwun Fairbrother caught the acting bug at Beaver Brae Secondary School, doing sketch comedy and scene work under the tutelage of Mrs. Champion. The Grassy Narrows First Nation-born actor lives in Toronto now, but the character he plays on CBC drama series Burden of Truth is in part shaped by his youth […]

by ahnationtalk on February 6, 201947 Views

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National Canadian Film Day Returns on April 17, 2019, to Celebrate 100 Years of Snow and Sass

February 5, 2019 TORONTO — February 5, 2019 — REEL CANADA is pleased to present the sixth annual National Canadian Film Day (NCFD) on Wednesday, April 17, 2019. NCFD is the world’s largest film festival, with more than 800 Canadian film screenings and events expected across the country and around the world. This year will […]

by ahnationtalk on February 6, 201945 Views

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Cottagers and Indians returns to Toronto’s Tarragon Theatre – Anishinabek News

February 6, 2019 TORONTO – There’s no denying Cottagers and Indians has exceeded all expectations. Written by Curve Lake First Nation playwright Drew Hayden Taylor, the play had a successful run at Toronto’s Tarragon Theatre last February and March. “We were all surprised by its popularity,” Taylor said. “It was sold out and more people […]

by ahnationtalk on February 6, 201973 Views

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Sodexo Canada is a sponsor of the Teweikan 2019 Indigenous Music Gala

Montreal, Quebec, February 5, 2019 — Sodexo is proud to support the Teweikan 2019 Indigenous Music Gala. As one of the sponsors of this unique celebration of Indigenous talent, Sodexo is pleased to work with the Atikamek-Montagnais Communication Society and to help welcome musicians from Quebec and Labrador. “Sodexo is honoured to be part of an event […]

by ahnationtalk on February 5, 201976 Views

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Winterlude begins in some new locations – OttawaMatters.com

The Crystal Garden and the ice sculptures — usually in Confederation Park — move to the ByWard Market this year. The capital’s annual celebration of winter is under way, as organizers put an urban spin on the 41-year-old tradition. Winterlude runs February 1-18 at an assortment of venues around Ottawa and Gatineau, including new locations […]

by ahnationtalk on February 1, 201972 Views

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Winterlude Opening Weekend Highlights

OTTAWA, February 1, 2019 Gary Anandasangaree, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism, officially opened the 32nd edition of the Crystal Garden International Ice Carving Competition this morning, on behalf of the Honourable Pablo Rodriguez, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism. Presented by Tim Hortons in collaboration with the Canadian Ice Carvers’ Society, the event is being […]

by pmnationtalk on February 1, 2019103 Views

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Arcola historian’s first book studies Indigenous people of southern Saskatchewan – Estevan Mercury

February 01, 2019 Adrian Paton has always taken a keen interest in history and in photographs of people. The history of Indigenous people is of particular interest to him. He has built up an impressive collection of pictures during his life. Now, at age 85, the Arcola resident has compiled and released An Honest, Genial […]

by pmnationtalk on February 1, 201972 Views

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Rumble: The Concert, celebrating Indigenous contribution to popular music, is coming to FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre on Feb. 6. – WellandTribune.ca

They rocked in the movie, and now they’ll rock on stage at FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre. Coming Feb. 6, “Rumble: The Concert” carries on where the award-winning 2017 Canadian documentary “Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World” left off. The concert frames the story of the Indigenous contribution to popular music through the decades. In […]

by ahnationtalk on January 28, 201984 Views

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Waubgeshig Rice balances historical accuracy with dystopian future in new novel – CBC

January 27.2019 Whether it’s in the classroom or a work of fiction it’s important to get the history right. For author Waubgeshig Rice, balancing historical accuracy with a dystopian vision of the future in his new novel, Moon of the Crusted Snow, was essential. In the novel, winter is looming when cell service suddenly goes down in a […]

by ahnationtalk on January 28, 201957 Views

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Mi’kmaq artist hosts Indigenous literature book club at Mile End’s Drawn and Quarterly – CBC

Jan 23, 2019 Tara McGowan-Ross invites Montrealers to explore vast world of Indigenous books When Wolastoqiyik singer, musicologist and composer Jeremy Dutcher won the Polaris prize for his album Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa last year, declaring “you are in the midst of an Indigenous renaissance,” Montrealer Tara McGowan-Ross was mesmerized. She asked herself how her experience as an artist and a person […]

by ahnationtalk on January 23, 201969 Views

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The hyperlocal channel for Montréal viewers – MAtv® unveils winter schedule

Jan 22, 2019 MONTRÉAL, Jan. 22, 2019 – Demonstrating the vitality of Montréal’s communities, a bevy of new shows conceived by and for citizens are being added to MAtv’s schedule for the Winter 2019 season. Starting Monday, January 28, MAtv’s program line-up will be even more finely attuned to the interests of Greater Montréal area residents. […]

by ahnationtalk on January 22, 201985 Views

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Drew Hayden Taylor is prolific and political – TheSpec.com

Taylor, an Ojibway from Curve Lake First Nation, 25 kilometres north of Peterborough, has written novels, short stories, magazine and newspaper articles, as well as 70 plays. Drew Hayden Taylor is an award-winning playwright with more than 70 plays to his credit. You might call him the Indigenous Norm Foster. Prolific and political in his […]

by ahnationtalk on January 16, 201992 Views

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Wiky actor lands plum role in ‘Outlander’ series – Manitoulin Expositor

January 16, 2019 Greg Odjig an alumnus of Debajehmujig Storytellers MANITOULIN—Actor Greg Odjig made an interesting discovery as he scanned two Debajehmujig playbills that adorn the walls of The Expositor newsroom. “Hey, I’m Gregory Fisher on this one (‘Biidaasigekwe—Sunlight Woman’) and Gregory Odjig on this one (‘Toronto at Dreamer’s Rock’),” he laughed. Mr. Odjig has […]

by pmnationtalk on January 16, 201993 Views

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Space travel and parallel dimensions: Popular comic series does all-Indigenous futurisms volume – CBC

3rd instalment of Moonshot comic collection expected in summer 2019 Jan 16, 2019 Stories focused on the theme of Indigenous Futurisms will make up the third instalment of the award-winning comic collection series, Moonshot. The collection will feature 15 stories by North American Indigenous authors and artists. “We have always told stories which are very […]

by pmnationtalk on January 16, 201957 Views

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Canadian Public Libraries Call on Multinational Publishers to Make More Content Available

Lack of Availability, High Prices Stand in the Way of Open, Easy Access to eBooks and eAudiobooks for Canadian Readers at Public Libraries TORONTO, Jan. 14, 2019  – Wondering why more eBooks and eAudiobooks aren’t available to borrow? So are Canadian public libraries. Demand for eAudiobooks is skyrocketing, but major multinational publishers aren’t making a number […]

by ahnationtalk on January 14, 201988 Views

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RBC Taylor Prize Jury Names 2019’s Five Best Books in Literary Non-Fiction

January 9 , 2019 AT A STANDING-ROOM-ONLY press conference held in downtown Toronto, two of the 2019 RBC Taylor Prize jurors, Camilla Gibb and Roy MacGregor announced the five finalists for this year’s Prize. The finalists for the 2019 RBC Taylor Prize are: • Just Let Me Look at You: On Fatherhood, by Bill Gaston, published by […]

by aanationtalk on January 9, 2019121 Views

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July 27, 1960 – Indians of Saskatchewan get full liquor privileges – The Battlefords News-Optimist

January 3, 2019 NOTE: The term “Indian” is used in this article, as that was the word most commonly used to refer to Indigenous peoples during the period under discussion. Indigenous people were not allowed to drink in Saskatchewan bars until 1960 – the same year they were granted the right to vote. The push […]

by ahnationtalk on January 3, 201981 Views

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Tantoo Cardinal finally gets the recognition she deserves – Macleans.ca

Jan 3, 2019 The veteran Cree/Métis actor has spent most of her career in stereotypical Indigenous cameos. Now she’s the headliner. Tantoo Cardinal has sat around countless fires for the camera. Campfires in the forest and on the prairie, fires in teepees and cabins. And every one of them was fake, with silent propane flames […]

by ahnationtalk on January 3, 201976 Views

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RBC Taylor Prize To Announce its 2019 Shortlist Wednesday January 9 at the Omni King Edward Hotel, Toronto

TORONTO, Dec. 28, 2018  – The trustees of the Charles Taylor Foundation request the media to attend a conference to announce the finalists for the 2019 RBC Taylor Prize. The 30-minute press conference will take place Wednesday, January 9, 2019 10 a.m. sharp in the Consort Bar (Main Level) of The Omni King Edward Hotel, 37 King Street East Toronto, ON M5C 1E9. […]

by ahnationtalk on January 2, 201995 Views

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The City of Calgary and the Calgary Public Library invite Calgarians to ring in 2019 with a free New Year’s Eve celebration

The City of Calgary and the Calgary Public Library host a free New Year’s Eve celebration for the whole family. This year’s festivities include The Rumpus Room in the Municipal Building Atrium, a family dance party in the Central Library, a skating party in Olympic Plaza and the ENMAX fireworks. The events begin in the […]

by ahnationtalk on December 18, 201887 Views

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Tina Keeper’s feature film ‘Through Black Spruce’ explores trauma, reconciliation, identity and survival – rabble.ca

December 18, 2018 Many readers will be familiar with Tina Keeper as the actor who played RCMP officer Michelle Kenedi in the CBC television series North of 60 in the 1990s. Now, she returns to the screen as producer of her first full length feature Through Black Spruce. Keeper and Don McKellar, the film’s director, […]

by ahnationtalk on December 18, 201878 Views

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Upcoming Saskatoon play a ‘live documentary’ about Gerald Stanley case – CBC

‘I hope somehow it will help,’ says Colten Boushie’s mother of the play Reasonable Doubt December 12, 2018 A surreal scene played out in a Saskatoon rehearsal room this past Sunday. Forty or so people gathered to hear a workshop reading of Reasonable Doubt, a “live documentary.” The play is about race, justice and the trial of […]

by pmnationtalk on December 12, 2018114 Views

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City Announces Line-up of Winter FunDays Activities

December 10, 2018 The City of Thunder Bay is excited to announce the activity line-up for Winter FunDays, presented by 99.9 The Bay and Country 105. Winter FunDays start Sunday, Dec. 30, at Prince Arthur’s Landing and run every Sunday until March 17, 2019, from 2 pm to 4 pm unless specified otherwise. Winter FunDays […]

by pmnationtalk on December 11, 2018117 Views

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Remembering Indigenous writer Richard Wagamese at launch of posthumous book – CBC

‘He opened doors for all of us who are Indigenous storytellers and writers,’ says author Monique Gray Smith Dec 09, 2018 Acclaimed Indigenous writer Richard Wagamese died at the age of 61 last year at his home in Kamloops, B.C., leaving his book Starlight unfinished. Starlight was finally released in August 2018, and a special […]

by ahnationtalk on December 10, 201871 Views

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Robert Munsch, Jay Odjick’s ‘Bear For Breakfast’ Is In English And Algonquin – HuffPost Canada

“Bear for Breakfast” hits bookstores in February. Jay Odjick is a hard man to reach. When the graphic artist is at home at the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation reserve, just outside of Maniwaki, Que., he often can’t get cell service. “In my mom’s house, you have to stand in a certain corner like ‘The […]

by ahnationtalk on December 6, 201886 Views

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RBC Taylor Prize 2019 Longlist Revealed

THE TRUSTEES of the Charles Taylor Foundation are pleased to announce that jurors Camilla Gibb, Roy MacGregor and Beverley McLachlin have named ten titles to the 2019 RBC Taylor Prize longlist. The jury noted that “We found the books breath-taking in their range of topics, and happily found so many of them serve as a useful […]

by pmnationtalk on December 5, 2018112 Views

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Governor General’s Literary Awards 2018 – The Discover Blog

Each autumn at Library and Archives Canada, we celebrate the best in Canadian literature by supporting the Governor General’s Literary Awards. Begun in 1936 and administered by the Canada Council for the Arts since 1959, these awards showcase the best in the year’s literary publishing. (Conveniently just in time for holiday shopping, in case you […]

by ahnationtalk on December 5, 201892 Views

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Waubgeshig Rice: Writing dystopia from an Indigenous perspective – rabble.ca

November 29, 2018 Author and CBC Radio host Waubgeshig Rice grew up in the community of Wasauksing First Nation on Parry Island, a swirl of land at the eastern edge of Ontario’s Georgian Bay. On August 14, 2003, Rice was there visiting his brothers when the power went out. This time, it was not the […]

by ahnationtalk on November 29, 201866 Views

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Bah Humbug! brings Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside to a seasonal classic

Bah Humbug brings Downtown Eastside to a seasonal classic Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol comes to life in modern-day East Vancouver with Bah Humbug! The annual production returns to SFU’s Goldcorp Centre for the Arts for its ninth year, with evening and matinee performances from December 6-22. This year Bah Humbug! is directed by award […]

by ahnationtalk on November 27, 2018124 Views

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Toronto’s New Year’s Eve celebration to take place at Nathan Phillips Square

November 26, 2018 The program for New Year’s Eve at Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square was announced today and features an impressive lineup of live musical performances, DJs, fireworks and more beginning at 8 p.m. on Monday, December 31. “This free, family-friendly celebration will provide a memorable evening for Torontonians and visitors alike,” said Mayor John […]

by pmnationtalk on November 27, 201897 Views

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Media Advisory – Métis Nation of Ontario

TORONTO, Nov. 15, 2018 – On November 16, the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) and Métis communities across Ontario are commemorating Louis Riel, the Métis leader who was executed by the Canadian Government, for leading the Northwest Resistance in defense of Métis rights. The MNO is holding the provincial Louis Riel Day Ceremony at Queen’s […]

by aanationtalk on November 15, 2018166 Views

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Canadore College: North Bay Film Festival to Screen Student Film Showcase

Nov 15, 2018 | Canadore College (NORTH BAY, ONT.) – Seventeen student short films and one Canadore professor’s feature film will be screened at the annual North Bay Film Festival (NBFF) this weekend. As a part of regular program delivery in the digital cinematography program, students are tasked with creating creative content over the three […]

by pmnationtalk on November 15, 2018123 Views

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