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William Prince Wins JUNO Award for Contemporary Roots Album of the Year

April 01, 2017 The envelopes were opened, the names were read, and artists from Manitoba are heading home with JUNOS. The hardware was handed out at the glittery 2017 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards, which took place at Ottawa’s Shaw Centre on April 1. Singer/songwriter William Prince, who was a double nominee this year, won […]

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How Jay Odjick illustrated Robert Munsch’s newest book – CBC

April 03, 2017 Helen lives with her family on a reserve in northern Alberta. One morning, she wakes up and peers outside her window to see that the snow has disappeared from the ground and the sun is streaming through the trees. Excited by the arrival of spring, she swings open the front door — […]

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THE 2017 JUNO AWARDS Honours Canadian Music History, Heritage, and its Future Stars with Powerful Live Broadcast

Leonard Cohen, Gord Downie and The Tragically Hip receive more Academy nods, doubling their wins for the weekend Co-hosts Bryan Adams and Russell Peters delight fans during supersized broadcast Sarah McLachlan inducted to the Canadian Music Hall of Fame Ottawa, ON – THE 2017 JUNO AWARDS pulled out all the stops at the sold-out live broadcast celebrating Canada’s diverse musical talent. Live from the […]

by ahnationtalk on April 3, 201756 Views

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Fans rave over A Tribe Called Red’s Juno celebration of Indigenous culture – CBC

Ottawa electronic group follows up Juno win with vibrant show opener Apr 03, 2017 Ottawa’s A Tribe Called Red opened Sunday’s televised 2017 Juno Awards with an electrifying celebration of Indigenous culture and music that had fans across the country raving on social media. Legendary singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie began the broadcast from the Canadian Tire […]

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Métis Dance Club performs at Sault Ste. Marie cultural festival – MNO

On February 20, 2017, The Métis Dance Club of the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Historic Sault Ste. Marie Métis Council (HSSMC) performed to a packed audience at The Machine Shop in Sault Ste. Marie. The performance was part of the Bon Soo Festival, which coincided with Passport to Unity 2017. Passport to Unity is […]

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A Tribe Called Red, Laurence Nerbonne win big at 2017 Juno Awards – CBC

Ottawa’s A Tribe Called Red opened the televised show with a powerful performance Sunday April 03, 2017 Canadian music legends and rising stars took over the nation’s capital for the 2017 Juno Awards and it was Ottawa’s very own A Tribe Called Red who kicked off the televised show fresh off the heels of winning […]

by pmnationtalk on April 3, 201759 Views

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Amazing Week For Canadian Music? JUNO-it! – Ottawa Life Magazine

What a great time to be a music fan in Canada’s capital, eh? You could have thrown a Timbit in any direction and hit a musician as Ottawa became music city in the days leading up to the 2017 Juno Awards! Was that The Strumbella’s playing the Rideau Centre while shocked shoppers tried to freeze […]

by ahnationtalk on April 3, 201761 Views

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All star rendition of ‘Summer of ’69’ closes Junos, which honoured Cohen, Downie – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Apr 2, 2017 By David Friend THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA _ Prime Minister Justin Trudeau asked for it, Bryan Adams delivered. Sunday night’s Juno Awards opened with a skit that had the prime minister phoning in a request for “Summer of ’69” and the show closed with a celebratory all-star performance that also […]

by ahnationtalk on April 3, 201752 Views

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Ottawa acts repping the 613 at the Junos – CBC

Belly, Jenny Whiteley, A Tribe Called Red among 6 nominees from Ottawa area Mar 31, 2017 As the nation’s music industry luminaries converge on Ottawa for the Juno awards this weekend, fans of local music will be happy to know local artists have come away with several nominations. Leading the way locally are past winners […]

by ahnationtalk on March 31, 201797 Views

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Lessons in Grace: William Prince Builds Community and Shares a Legacy One Song at a Time

March 30, 2017 By Jillian Groening Some individuals feel a strong pull towards their purpose in life. William Prince is one of them. Growing up on Peguis First Nation, Prince was surrounded by music. His home away from home was the church where his late father was the pastor. Eventually, choral and gospel music turned […]

by pmnationtalk on March 30, 201771 Views

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New sound-sharing platform CanadaSound inspires musicians, songwriters and the public to create the ultimate Canadian soundtrack

March 28, 2017 Collaborators behind the launch include cleansheet communications, CBC Music, The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS), SOCAN and The Department of Canadian Heritage Portion of proceeds from the final digital album to be donated to MusiCounts Starting today, Canadians can upload, post or send their favourite homegrown sounds to the […]

by ahnationtalk on March 28, 201770 Views

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Exceptional Canadian documentaries and VR showcased at MIP 2017

Toronto/Montreal, March 27, 2017— The Canada Media Fund (CMF) and Telefilm Canada, have once again partnered with Canadian industry leaders to feature compelling content at this year’s MIPDoc and MIPTV. Three thought-provoking Canadian documentaries will share the spotlight at MIPDoc, taking place in Cannes on April 1 and 2. Three innovative Canadian virtual reality (VR) […]

by ahnationtalk on March 28, 201767 Views

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Dilico Anishinabek Family Care: Dare to Dream Day – April 29, 2017

Dare to Dream Day – April 29, 2017 11:00 am – 2:00 pm at the Victoria Inn Hotel in Thunder Bay Flyer NT5

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Steve Patry’s NFB doc Waseskun screening in Rivière-du-Loup on March 27. More screenings to come in other regions of Quebec

From National Film Board March 20, 2017 – Montreal – National Film Board of Canada (NFB) Steve Patry’s new feature-length documentary Waseskun, produced by the National Film Board of Canada (NFB), will be presented at a Cinédit screening at the Cinéma Princesse in Rivière-du-Loup on Monday, March 27. The screening will take place at 7:30 […]

by ahnationtalk on March 24, 201789 Views

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JunoFest comes to Ottawa: So many bands, so little time – Ottawa Citizen

March 24, 2017 Blues hero Colin Linden is playing the Rainbow Bistro. Folk-rockers the Strumbellas are at Bronson Centre for an all-ages show. Almost all the Juno jazz nominees can be found at Live on Elgin, while a team of reggae contenders join forces at Cafe Dekcuf and indigenous artists take over Mercury Lounge. Those […]

by ahnationtalk on March 24, 201777 Views

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More Tickets Available! JUNO Songwriters’ Circle, hosted by Bruce Cockburn, moves to larger Southam Hall, National Arts Centre

Friday, March 24, at 10am Toronto, ON – The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) announced today that due to a booking conflict, JUNO Songwriters’ Circle co-presented by SOCAN & Yamaha Canada Music in association with the Canadian Music Publishers Association (CMPA), will now take place in Southam Hall at the National Arts […]

by pmnationtalk on March 23, 201786 Views

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Juno Preview: Adult Alternative Album Of The Year – FYI Music News

With Juno Week in Ottawa less than a week away, FYI is continuing to preview some of the hotly-contested awards categories. We have been introducing you to some shining new stars in the Canadian music firmament as well as reminding you of the recent achievements of some of our well-established artists. The Juno category of […]

by ahnationtalk on March 23, 201767 Views

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National Arts Centre Orchestra seeks to entertain and educate on Canada 150 tour – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Mar 23, 2017 By Lauren La Rose THE CANADIAN PRESS The National Arts Centre Orchestra is hoping to entertain and educate during its cross-country tour commemorating Canada’s 150th birthday. The first leg of the tour starts in Atlantic Canada, running from April 26 to May 7, before heading back onto the road this […]

by ahnationtalk on March 23, 201764 Views

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Four world premieres among 17 NFB documentaries featured at Hot Docs 2017. Powerful new features directed by Attiya Khan and Lawrence Jackman, Marie Clements, Charles Officer and Tasha Hubbard―as well as retrospective screenings

March 21, 2017 – Toronto – National Film Board of Canada (NFB) Powerful, life-changing stories are at the heart of this year’s lineup of National Film Board of Canada (NFB) films at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival, with four world premieres of feature documentaries in the festival’s Canadian Spectrum program, as well as […]

by pmnationtalk on March 22, 201778 Views

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Hot Docs fest to open with ‘Bee Nation,’ about First Nations spelling bee – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Mar 21, 2017 TORONTO _ A film about Saskatchewan students competing in the first provincewide First Nations Spelling Bee will help kick off this year’s Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival. Organizers say “Bee Nation” will be the opening-night film for the Toronto fest, which runs April 27 to May 7. Guests expected […]

by ahnationtalk on March 21, 201781 Views

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NEB staff on-site at Enbridge storage facility incident in Strathcona County, Alberta

From National Energy Board March 21, 2017 – Calgary, Alberta – National Energy Board The National Energy Board (NEB) is responding to an incident that occurred on Monday, March 20 at an Enbridge storage facility in an industrial area of Strathcona County, Alberta. The incident resulted in oil flowing into a storm pond on an […]

by ahnationtalk on March 21, 201763 Views

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Host and performers announced for 2017 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards Presented by SOCAN

March 21, 2017 Hosted by Tom Power, host of cbc radio one q Performances by Daniel Caesar, Jess Moskaluke, Koriass, William Prince, and one of the 2017 Allan Slaight JUNO Master Class winners, Neon Dreams  JUNO TV to live stream all the action at JUNOTV.ca TORONTO, ON — The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and […]

by pmnationtalk on March 21, 201769 Views

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Winnipeg’s Hip Hop Community Takes the Spotlight

March 20, 2017 Manitoba Music Presents a Showcase at The Good Will on March 31 Featuring 3PEAT, Len Bowen, Chris Bxnnxtt, Wynrush, and CJ The Grey Winnipeg’s hip hop community is in the spotlight this month. Five local acts are set to showcase at music hotspot The Good Will on March 31 followed by a […]

by pmnationtalk on March 20, 201769 Views

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Buffy Sainte-Marie, Tegan and Sara, Lights: Regina Folk Festival releases 2017 lineup – CBC

Mar 16, 2017 Get ready to make summer plans and populate your playlist It’s time to start queuing up your playlists and making plans for August 10-13, as Regina Folk Festival shares its 2017 lineup. The festival’s artistic director and CEO, Sandra Butel, tells CBC’s The Morning Edition it can be tough to keep the […]

by ahnationtalk on March 16, 201763 Views

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10 things to do in Newfoundland and Labrador – The Star

People have been exploring ‘The Rock’ for about 10,000 years, and they still come to discover the sights, sounds and tastes of this Maritime province. March 16, 2017 People have been discovering Newfoundland and Labrador for around 10,000 years, starting with the earliest hunters and gatherers, the Paleo-Indians. Vikings were the first Europeans to come, […]

by ahnationtalk on March 16, 201774 Views

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Unlikely hero at heart of Eden Robinson’s coming of age tale ‘Son of a Trickster’ – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Mar 14, 2017 By Lauren La Rose THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ A weed cookie-dealing stoner teen may not seem like your typical hero, but the fictional high school burnout proves he’s got plenty of heart in Eden Robinson’s “Son of a Trickster.” The coming of age novel is the first in a […]

by ahnationtalk on March 15, 201783 Views

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Performers for 2017 JUNO Songwriters’ Circle Announced

March 13, 2017 Chantal Kreviazuk, Colin Linden, Daniel Caesar, Donovan Woods, Lisa LeBlanc and Paul Murphy (Wintersleep) join Host Bruce Cockburn to perform in MusiCounts benefit event on April 2 TORONTO, ON — The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) today announced the artists confirmed to perform at the 2017 JUNO Songwriters’ Circle, […]

by pmnationtalk on March 13, 201790 Views

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City Call for Vendors, Artisans and Community Groups – City of Thunder Bay

March 10, 2017 – The City of Thunder Bay is inviting food vendors, product and service vendors, artisans, and community groups to apply to participate at the City’s annual events series. Various participation opportunities include over 22 event days, with two major single-day events and two event series. All events are free to the public […]

by pmnationtalk on March 13, 201757 Views

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Orphan Black’ wins big at Canadian Screen Awards – Thestar.com

March 12, 2017 The Canadian Screen Awards felt more like the Tatiana Maslany/”Orphan Black” Awards — but film dramas “It’s Only the End of the World” and “Race” also did well. Tatiana Maslany might have wished she really could clone herself Sunday night, as she won Best Actress awards for both her TV and film […]

by ahnationtalk on March 13, 201764 Views

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Winnipeg Folk Festival Unveils 2017 Artist Lineup

March 09, 2017 Whenever the Winnipeg Folk Festival announces its lineup, the weather always seems to get a little warmer. So big thanks to the venerable organization for bringing some much-needed warmth and laying out the first blueprint of summer. The 44th annual festival, which will take over Birds Hill Park July 6-9, will offer audiences […]

by pmnationtalk on March 10, 2017107 Views

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D&M authors featured on BC Book Prizes shortlists

March 08, 2017 Each year, the BC Book Prizes honour the best books published by BC authors, showcasing excellence in fiction, poetry, children’s literature, non-fiction, regional awareness and BC publishing. This year’s shortlists have been announced, and Douglas & McIntyre is thrilled to see our books recognised in two of these categories. Wade Davis: Photographs, […]

by pmnationtalk on March 10, 201767 Views

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Black Spruce Bog plays last show this Saturday – Prince George Citizen

March 9, 2017 Just before opening the door to the basement rehearsal space, the sounds of Black Spruce Bog leak through to meet you. It isn’t even music. It’s laughter. Walking through that door knowing this is the end can catch a mental thread and unravel a bit. Black Spruce Bog… done, no more, calling […]

by ahnationtalk on March 10, 201761 Views

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Manitoba Music’s Aboriginal Music Program Heads to California and Nevada for Trade Mission

March 8, 2017 Manitoba Music’s Aboriginal Music Program (AMP) is heading up a trade mission to Los Angeles and Las Vegas to connect with some of North America’s major players in the U.S.-based Indigenous music scene, March 13-17. Four Manitoba-based artist entrepreneurs will make the trip for business meetings in conjunction with the massive National […]

by pmnationtalk on March 9, 201788 Views

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New play ‘The Pipeline Project’ explores heated debate over resource extraction – APTN

The Canadian Press TORONTO – When development began on “The Pipeline Project” more than three years ago, the creative team wondered whether their production would be outdated by the time it hit the stage. “We kept thinking, ‘Oh, maybe all the pipelines are going to be killed, and then our play won’t be relevant anymore,”’ […]

by pmnationtalk on March 9, 201774 Views

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CBC’s CANADA: THE STORY OF US brings a nation’s history to life starting March 26

March 7, 2017 Ten-part docu-drama series kicks off CBC’s season of special 2017 programming Featuring commentary from notable Canadians including Susan Aglukark, Lorne Cardinal, Paul Gross, Eugene Levy, Duncan McCue, Peter Mansbridge, Tatiana Maslany, Rick Mercer, Candy Palmater, Jennifer Podemski, Christopher Plummer, Lilly Singh and David Suzuki CANADA: THE STORY OF US, an epic 10 […]

by ahnationtalk on March 7, 2017103 Views

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Susan Aglukark: An Intimate Evening of Songs & Stories – Oakville News

On April 6, 2017 Juno Award-winning singer/songwriter Susan Aglukark will share songs and stories of life from an Inuit perspective. CFUW Oakville will present the evening to support the University Women’s Club of Oakville Scholarship Fund, which aids deserving young women on their way to post-secondary studies. Susan Aglukark is one of Canada’s most unique […]

by ahnationtalk on March 7, 201784 Views

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Over 100 artists set to participate in JUNOfest, JUNO Week’s two-night music festival Presented by CBC Music

2017 JUNOfest lineup to include over 35 JUNO nominees, such as The Strumbellas, Silla + Rise, The Dirty Nil, Whitehorse, Tasha The Amazon, Holy Fuck, Bit Funk, Cold Creek County, Exco Levi, and more TORONTO, ON — The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) today announced the artist line-up for the 2017 edition of […]

by ahnationtalk on March 7, 201782 Views

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Experience Soul-Stirring Music with the NAC Orchestra’s Spectacular 2017-18 Season

March 6, 2017 OTTAWA (Canada) – Today, Music Director, Alexander Shelley and the National Arts Centre Orchestra announced the 2017-18 Season, heralding remarkable guest artists including Itzhak Perlman, Emanuel Ax, Lang Lang, Branford Marsalis, Angela Hewitt, Karen Gomyo, and Joshua Bell amongst the dozens of talented performers who will grace the stage of the NAC. […]

by pmnationtalk on March 6, 2017111 Views

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The Jerry Cans combine traditional and modern for diverse sound – CBC

March 05, 2017 The Jerry Cans are a distinctly northern, one-of-a-kind mix of Inuktitut, throat singing, alt-country, folk and reggae band. The Iqaluit-based band are Andrew Morrison, Nancy Mike, Gina Burgess, Brendan Doherty and Steve Rigby and finds inspiration for their distinct sound from the north, the language and the people. But even though many […]

by ahnationtalk on March 6, 201775 Views

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imagineNATIVE Partners with Hot Docs for this year’s Doc Summit

March 1, 2017 – imagineNATIVE will partner with Hot Docs to focus on Indigenous stories and storytellers at this year’s Doc Summit. An annual town-hall gathering of Canadian industry and policy makers, the Doc Summit explores documentary industry issues through a series of presentations and discussions. The 2017 Doc Summit will open the Hot Docs […]

by ahnationtalk on March 2, 2017102 Views

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Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend: March 2, 2017 – Inside Vancouver

March 2, 2017 It’s March, the first hints of spring are starting to push their way through, and Vancouver’s talented locals are alongside international stars this weekend to help us warm up. There are two dance festivals this weekend, and there is music that ranges from punk to metal to French fiddles to Korean hip […]

by ahnationtalk on March 2, 201777 Views

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An evening with Candy Palmater in Halifax – CBC

Thursday, March 9 at Halifax Central Library, presented by Canada Reads and Mainstreet Mar 02, 2017 What is the one book Canadians need now? That’s the question at the heart of this year’s edition of Canada Reads. Candy Palmater returns to Halifax for a conversation with Mainstreet host Bob Murphy about why The Break by […]

by ahnationtalk on March 2, 201788 Views

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Rick Mercer and Sabrina Jalees Kick Off New Talk Series at Gardiner Museum

The Gardiner Museum and the Globe and Mail’s Doug Saunders host talk series featuring Canadian luminaries. One Country. Two Perspectives. Three Nights. WireService.ca Media Release (03/01/2017) Toronto, ON – To mark the 150th anniversary of Confederation, the Gardiner Museum presents a series of three onstage conversations hosted by Globe and Mail columnist Doug Saunders, featuring […]

by ahnationtalk on March 1, 201799 Views

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Canada’s leading indigenous chef to host pop-up dinners in Vancouver with Truth and Reconciliation on the menu – The Georgia Straight

Former Top Chef competitor Rich Francis designed the Cooking for Reconciliation series Former Top Chef Canada finalist Rich Francis is considered the country’s leading First Nations culinary talent, and he’s on a mission to redefine Aboriginal cuisine. That pursuit will bring him to Vancouver this weekend, when he’s hosting a series of pop-up dinners. Francis, […]

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Toronto’s CBC Music Festival announces 2017 Lineup and on sale Details

Serena Ryder and Walk Off The Earth to co-headline Additional acts include Keys N Krates, Ruth B, Scott Helman, Bobby Bazini, Austra, BROS, William Prince, Sarah Slean, Alx Veliz, IsKwé, RALPH, Valley CBC Music today announced the return of the CBC Music Festival to Echo Beach in Toronto on Saturday, May 27, 2017. Celebrating its […]

by ahnationtalk on February 28, 201797 Views

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Watch: Buffy Sainte-Marie & Tanya Tagaq “You Got To Run (Spirit Of The Wind)” – She Does The City

The Polaris Music Prize released its second collaboration session today, pairing the legendary Buffy Sainte-Marie with Tanya Tagaq for the first time. Their recording of Buffy’s song, “You Got To Run (Spirit Of The Wind)” was inspired by champion dogsled racer George Attla, who competed in the first-ever Iditarod dog sled race in 1973. “It […]

by ahnationtalk on February 22, 2017122 Views

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CBC Breaking Barriers Film Fund Triggers First Three Projects

Feb 22, 2017 Indigenous survival story ANGELIQUE’S ISLE from Michelle Derosier and Marie-Helene Cousineau Bittersweet comedy MEDITATION PARK from Mina Shum stars Sandra Oh, Cheng Pei Pei and Tzi Mah Ghost story OCTAVIO IS DEAD! from Sook-Yin Lee stars Sarah Gadon, Raoul Trujillo and Rosanna Arquette CBC today announced the first three films selected by […]

by pmnationtalk on February 22, 201781 Views

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Buffy Sainte Marie delivers new song collaboration with Tanya Tagaq – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Feb 22, 2017  TORONTO _ Two powerhouses of Canada’s indigenous music scene have lifted the curtain on a new collaboration. Buffy Sainte-Marie and Tanya Tagaq paired for the track “You Got To Run (Spirit Of The Wind),” which has debuted online. Sainte-Marie wrote the song about Alaskan dog sled racer George Attla who […]

by ahnationtalk on February 22, 201768 Views

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Buffy Sainte-Marie And Tanya Tagaq Team Up For Polaris Collaboration Session

TORONTO, ON — Tuesday, February 21, 2017 The Polaris Music Prize, presented by CBC Music and produced by Blue Ant Media, released its second collaboration session today. The session features historic pairing of 2015 Polaris winner Buffy Sainte-Marie and 2014 winner Tanya Tagaq working together for the first time. Their recording of Buffy’s song “You […]

by pmnationtalk on February 22, 201782 Views

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Oscar protests coming back in style, for a while: Howell – Thestar.com

Oscar protests have long gone in and out of fashion, and Sunday’s ceremonies are liable to see a resurgence of politics. Oscar protests have long been like Oscar fashions: they go in and out of style. It’s currently all the rage to vow to grandstand at Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony, by rallying outside the event […]

by ahnationtalk on February 22, 201778 Views

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