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Documentary filmed at Lang Pioneer Village in Otonabee-South Monaghan Township screening Saturday at ReFrame Film Festival in Peterborough – The Peterborough Examiner

January 25, 2017 An indigenous filmmaker from Toronto whose documentary was partially filmed at Lang Pioneer Village is coming to Peterborough for this weekend’s ReFrame Film Festival. Michelle St. John’s Colonization Road is screening at Showplace Performance Centre on Saturday at 1:45 p.m. It’s a documentary examining First Nations and settler relations through Ontario’s first […]

by ahnationtalk on January 25, 2017157 Views

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More Books from Douglas & McIntyre’s Spring 2017 List

January 23, 2017 The latest instalment of our Spring 2017 titles includes Dirty Windshields: The Best and Worst of the Smugglers Tour Diaries. Bestselling and award-winning author Grant Lawrence bares his rock-and-roll soul in this new memoir that spills all of the salacious and hilarious details from his touring days as the lead singer of […]

by pmnationtalk on January 24, 2017187 Views

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$30,000 in funding announced for 2017 musical events in Ottawa

January 20, 2017 Ottawa – The 2017 JUNO Awards Host Committee and the Ottawa 2017 Bureau are pleased to announce that 37 projects will receive a total of $30,000 in funding to develop and present unique musical experiences throughout the city from January to March. The call for submissions for the Ottawa Music Micro-Grant program […]

by pmnationtalk on January 24, 2017128 Views

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Angry Inuk’ wins people’s choice award at Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jan 23, 2017 TORONTO _ “Angry Inuk” has been crowned winner of the people’s choice award at Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival. The organization that runs the Toronto International Film Festival selected the documentary as one of 10 homegrown features in the lineup for the event, which concludes on Thursday. In “Angry Inuk,” […]

by ahnationtalk on January 23, 2017157 Views

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Submissions Now Open for the 2017 CCMA Discovery Program

January 20, 2017 2017 is full of possibility. Realize your dreams this year with the help of the CCMA Discovery Program. Heading into its fifth year, the CCMA Discovery Program is a national initiative, developed to support Canadian country music artists as they endeavor to reach their full potential in the music industry. The program provides unparalleled […]

by pmnationtalk on January 23, 2017148 Views

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Welcome to Indian Country – ECLECTIK 2017

January 20 & 21, 2017 8 p.m. Performances, installations and short films created by 15 contemporary Native artists Welcome to Indian Country presents Indigenous artists from within Indigenous territory widely known as the Island of Montreal. At the dawn of Canada 150th and Montréal’s 375th celebrations, curator Lara Kramer, an Oji-Cree choreographer and performer, acknowledges […]

by ahnationtalk on January 19, 2017207 Views

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Buffy Sainte-Marie talks activism and music ahead of Juno Awards honour – TheSpec.com

TORONTO — Buffy Sainte-Marie has told the stories of outliers and underdogs throughout her career and organizers at the Juno Awards say it’s time to recognize the singer’s contributions to the community. The four-time Juno winner and social activist will be this year’s recipient of the Allan Waters Humanitarian Award, an honour reserved for Canadian […]

by ahnationtalk on January 19, 2017228 Views

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This Iqaluit band is fighting to make Inuktitut part of the music industry – CBC

Nancy Mike and Andrew Morrison are The Jerry Cans, a band on a mission Nancy Mike and Andrew Morrison are The Jerry Cans, a band from Nunavut who mix throat singing with everything from traditional music to reggae. They also just so happen to sing in the Inuit language of Inuktitut — and when they […]

by ahnationtalk on January 19, 2017186 Views

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Inuit filmmaker Zacharias Kunuk searches for truth in ‘Maliglutit’ – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jan 18, 2017 By Cassandra Szklarski THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ Shooting an Inuit thriller in the frozen Canadian tundra has myriad challenges. But that’s where veteran director Zacharias Kunuk finds his inspiration and passion, and where he returned for his revenge tale “Maliglutit (Searchers).” Kunuk rattles off the frigid hurdles he faced […]

by ahnationtalk on January 18, 2017178 Views

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Montreal’s Mohawk Girls TV show nominated for 3 Canadian Screen Awards!

Montreal/Toronto (January 17, 2017) APTN (Aboriginal Peoples Television Network) and Rezolution Pictures’ critically-acclaimed TV show Mohawk Girls picked up three nominations at today’s announcement of the Canadian Screen Awards (CSA). The nominations, hosted by actors Maxim Roy, Amanda Brugel and Simu Liu, were livestreamed today. Mohawk Girls aired its fourth season this past fall. The […]

by ahnationtalk on January 18, 2017205 Views

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Everyone is part of the process of reconciliation, says First Nations’ musician – Guelph Today

Jan 16, 2017 Midnight Shine performs during ArtsEverywhere Festival next Friday Adrian Sutherland, a Cree from Attawapiskat, and the front-man of the rising Canadian rock band Midnight Shine, says reconciliation is a process of understanding and healing. The full extent and impact of the country’s residential system, he said in telephone interview, is not fully […]

by ahnationtalk on January 18, 2017145 Views

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Q&A: Buffy Sainte Marie talks activism and music ahead of Juno Awards honour – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jan 18, 2017 TORONTO _ Buffy Sainte-Marie has told the stories of outliers and underdogs throughout her career and organizers at the Juno Awards say it’s time to recognize the singer’s contributions to the community. The four-time Juno winner and social activist will be this year’s recipient of the Allan Waters Humanitarian Award, […]

by ahnationtalk on January 18, 2017220 Views

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Buffy Sainte Marie to receive humanitarian award at this year’s Juno Awards – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jan 18, 2017 TORONTO _ Buffy Sainte-Marie has collected numerous accolades over her career, but this year organizers at the Juno Awards will honour what she’s done for others. The singer and social activist will be recipient of the 2017 Allan Waters Humanitarian Award during a Juno Awards gala dinner in April. The […]

by ahnationtalk on January 18, 2017206 Views

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Canadian artist and social activist Buffy Sainte-Marie to be recognized as outstanding humanitarian at 2017 JUNO Awards

Toronto, ON — The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) today announced that iconic singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, social activist, educator, philanthropist and visual artist Buffy Sainte-Marie will be the award recipient of the 2017 Allan Waters Humanitarian Award, presented by Bell Media. Sainte-Marie exemplifies the essence of humanitarianism through her dedication to protecting indigenous […]

by ahnationtalk on January 18, 2017215 Views

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Festival du Voyageur Unveils 2017 Musical Lineup

January 17, 2017 With a loud “hé ho”, Festival du Voyageur has unveiled the programming for its 2017 festival. Now celebrating its 48th year, Manitoba’s premier winter festival has built a reputation for booking diverse acts covering just about every genre imaginable, from traditional tunes to country to indie rock to roots. Beyond the ice sculptures, beard growing, and the […]

by pmnationtalk on January 18, 2017298 Views

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Indigenous talent among 2017 Canadian Screen Award nominees – CBC

Jan 17, 2017 From Inuit action to short documentaries, a look at nominees for the 2017 Canadian Screen Awards A documentary about a First Nations-owned rail line, an Inuit thriller and several Indigenous actors are among the nominees for this year’s Canadian Screen Awards, which were announced on Tuesday. The awards, which celebrate productions from […]

by ahnationtalk on January 18, 2017166 Views

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Canadian films bound for Sundance festival include three from indigenous producers – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jan 17, 2017 By Linda Barnard THE CANADIAN PRESS “Everything changed” for Toronto-based Metis/Algonquin filmmaker Michelle Latimer’s career after her award-winning short film “Choke” won a jury prize at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, opening the door to more projects. “I think that’s what Sundance can offer, a platform not only for stories […]

by ahnationtalk on January 17, 2017147 Views

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Call for Submissions: Manitoba Indigenous Music Trade Mission – Deadline: Feb 9

January 12, 2017 SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 4PM CST, Thursday, February 9, 2017 Manitoba Music’s Aboriginal Music Program is leading a small trade mission to the Reservation Economic Summit and Los Angeles in March. The project will provide up to four First Nation, Métis, or Inuit music professionals with a chance to connect with tribal leaders, Native […]

by pmnationtalk on January 13, 2017255 Views

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Manitoba Music Launches Fourth Annual Music Industry Gathering in Conjunction with Big Fun Festival, January 26-29

January 11, 2017 Industry Gathering. Heart of Canada. Middle of Winter. Right in the middle of winter, Manitoba Music is bringing the music industry together in Winnipeg for the fourth edition of January Music Meeting (JMM), a music industry conference with a DIY ethos. Running January 26 to 29 in Winnipeg, the event welcomes some […]

by pmnationtalk on January 11, 2017167 Views

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The JUNO Awards rename award category to Indigenous Music Album of the Year

TORONTO, ON — The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) today announced its JUNO Award category Aboriginal Album of the Year will be proudly renamed Indigenous Music Album of the Year, in support of acknowledging all First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities in Canada. “The renaming of this award to Indigenous Music Album […]

by ahnationtalk on January 11, 2017206 Views

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January Events: Meet bestselling Author Veronica Roth, and be ‘Your Best Self’ in 2017 with the best books on health, wellness, real food and more!

From bestselling authors to the most anticipated new books, Indigo and Chapters stores across Canada are thrilled to announce the following free and exclusive events in January. TORONTO, Jan. 10, 2017 – In Person: Melissa Hartwig Join New York Times bestselling co-author and co-founder of Whole30, Melissa Hartwig, as she signs and discusses her new […]

by ahnationtalk on January 11, 2017218 Views

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imagineNATIVE Announces Air Canada Audience Choice Award Winner

The 17th Annual imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival is over, but one award is yet to be revealed! After the final Festival screening on October 23, audience votes were tallied for the Air Canada Audience Choice Award. imagineNATIVE is pleased to announce that Alethea Arnaquq-Baril’s Angry Inuk is the winner. Presented by Air Canada, the […]

by pmnationtalk on January 11, 2017172 Views

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Second annual Indigenous Storytellers Festival Friday in Parry Sound – ParrySound.com

PARRY SOUND – The second annual Gchi Dewin Indigenous Storytellers Festival is Friday at the Charles W. Stockey Centre. Themes this year include reconciliation in the context of treaties, the wampum, and the drum played out in story, music and film. On the billet for the day are artists Maria Hupfield and Mast Anishinaabe; storytellers […]

by ahnationtalk on January 11, 2017190 Views

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Indian Horse. The Movie – SaultOnline.com

January 9, 2017 A film currently in production, and one to definitely watch for, is ‘Indian Horse’. “This story needs to be shared. It’s based on the book (Indian Horse, 2012) by Richard Wagamese.” shared Dylan Cook, one of the films actors, in an interview with saultonline. “It centers around a First Nation boy, named […]

by ahnationtalk on January 9, 2017250 Views

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Manitoba Music Year In Review

As 2016 draws to a close, we’re taking a little look back at a year full of exciting initiatives, packed events, and most importantly — outstanding local music. We launched SoundCheck: An Economic Impact Analysis of Manitoba’s Music Industry, which detailed the economic significance of this sector to Manitoba. In 2015, it produced over $93 […]

by pmnationtalk on January 4, 2017206 Views

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TVOh Canada! Celebrating 150 years of Ontario’s and Canada’s stories

Jan 04, 2017 Starting this year, TVO celebrates Ontario’s and Canada’s 150th anniversary with educational content designed to engage Ontarians in a discussion about what it means to be an Ontarian and a Canadian. TVO’s multiplatform celebration includes stories and themes related to the immigrant experience, Aboriginal roots, contemporary Canadian identity, and Ontario’s contribution to […]

by pmnationtalk on January 4, 2017244 Views

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Victoria’s and Vancouver Island’s favourite library books of 2016 revealed – Times Colonist

January 4, 2017 Greater Victorians’ most-read books from the public library in 2016 revealed a fondness for Canadian literature, great mysteries and the art of tidying up. “It’s fun to see the personality of your community reflected in what they read,” said Rina Hadziev, collections and technical services co-ordinator at the Greater Victoria Public Library. […]

by ahnationtalk on January 4, 2017179 Views

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Big Fun Festival Unveils 2017 Lineup

Big Fun is ready to warm up your winter. The indie winter festival is ready to take over Winnipeg January 25-29, offering up five days of music on various city stages including The Good Will, The Handsome Daugher, West End Cultural Centre, and Sherbrook Inn. This year’s event features over a dozen concerts and over […]

by ahnationtalk on January 3, 2017226 Views

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The 10 artists who shaped the conversations we had around music in 2016 – CBC

Dec 22, 2016 Gord’s message at the end of his last show, I don’t know if you get a bigger moment in music than that. That’s watching somebody who is known as the sound of a nation, take a moment to actually say something. To watch someone who doesn’t need to make any kind of […]

by ahnationtalk on December 22, 2016233 Views

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New Years’ Eve Entertainment Announced

December 14, 2016 The City of Yellowknife invites the public to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday at a large New Years’ Eve event in the Multiplex (41 Kam Lake Road). The festivities begin at 4 p.m. on December 31 and celebrate multiculturalism in Yellowknife.  All activities and entertainment is free and includes access to the Yellowknife […]

by ahnationtalk on December 16, 2016197 Views

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First Nations Issues Report Exploring How to Strengthen Urban Native American Organizations

LONGMONT, Colorado (Dec. 13, 2016) – First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) today published a new report that provides insights into the current state of Indigenous organizations in urban areas of the U.S., as well as recommendations that can increase the capacity and leadership  of human service organizations and urban Indigenous America overall. Titled A […]

by pmnationtalk on December 13, 2016248 Views

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School’s back in session with TVO’s Hard Rock Medical

Dec 08, 2016 TVO’s first commissioned drama series, Hard Rock Medical, returns with nine new episodes in January 2017. The episodes premiere on TVO starting on Sunday, January 8 at 8 pm, and for the first time, all of the new episodes will be available on demand on tvo.org following the January 8 broadcast. Loosely […]

by pmnationtalk on December 8, 2016218 Views

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Making Noise: Gord Downie is our person of the year – CBC Radio

Gord Downie did the seemingly impossible this year. And then he did it again. It’s a rare, if not completely unachievable moment to experience in one’s life, to get the kind of exposure Downie had performing in Kingston with the Tragically Hip on the final night of the band’s Man Machine Poem tour. To have […]

by pmnationtalk on December 8, 2016197 Views

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CBC/Radio-Canada announces special Canada 150 programming line-up, kicking off with a cross-country New Year’s Eve musical celebration countdown to 2017

December 7, 2016 The entire CBC/Radio-Canada 2017 Programming Guide is available online. With only 25 days until 2017, CBC/Radio-Canada announced today a line-up of special Canada 150 programs. The public broadcaster will be at the heart of Canada’s anniversary year, sharing Canadian stories to celebrate the past, the present and the future, including the perspectives […]

by pmnationtalk on December 7, 2016221 Views

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Downie, visibly touched, urges Canadians, aboriginals to embrace reconciliation – Quebec Online News

GATINEAU, Que. — A frail-looking Gord Downie wept openly, wiping tears from his eyes, as indigenous leaders paid tribute to the ailing Tragically Hip frontman Tuesday for his efforts in forcing Canada to confront the legacy of residential schools. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stood nearby and watched as Downie, who has been diagnosed with a […]

by ahnationtalk on December 7, 2016231 Views

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Alberta Indigenous group receives 7th Grammy Award nomination – CBC

Dec 07, 2016 ‘We need positive stories for our young people so that they know that they can aspire to great things’ In the Cree language, pakoseymiowin means hope. It’s a word on Steve Wood’s mind as Northern Cree, the drumming and singing group he leads, received a Grammy nomination Monday. “To be honest, I […]

by ahnationtalk on December 7, 2016183 Views

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Rogers Media Original VICELAND Series RISE to Premiere at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival

TORONTO, Dec. 5, 2016  – Rogers Media announced today that its upcoming original VICELAND series, RISE, produced in partnership with VICE Studio Canada and APTN, will debut three episodes in the Short-Form Episodic Series in the Special Events category at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Additional broadcast details for RISE on VICELAND will be announced in the coming weeks. […]

by pmnationtalk on December 6, 2016254 Views

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Drake leads Canadians with 8 Grammy nominations, Justin Bieber has 4 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Dec 6, 2016 By David Friend THE CANADIAN PRESS Chart-topping albums from Drake and Justin Bieber are in the running for several of the major Grammy categories this year, including album of the year. Toronto-based rapper Drake came away with the most nominations of all Canadian artists, getting eight in total, including one […]

by ahnationtalk on December 6, 2016235 Views

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Hugh Jackman, Fox 2000 Will Produce, Act, in Alexie’s True Diary of a Part Time Indian – Indian Country Today

After almost 20 years playing Wolverine, Hugh Jackman is teaming up with Fox 2000, Donners Company (Producers of Deadpool) and Temple Hill (“The Fault in Our Stars”) to film an adaptation of Sherman Alexie’s Young Adult best-selling book, “Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian.” FOX 2000 has acquired the rights for ‘Absolutely True Diary,’ […]

by ahnationtalk on December 6, 2016255 Views

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2016 Canadian Folk Music Awards recipients announced

December 4,2016 Ontario’s David Francey leads with two awards Others awarded: Chaim Tannenbaum, David Gillis, Donovan Woods, Duane Andrews, Hillsburn, Jadea Kelly, Kaia Kater, Les soeurs Boulay, Musique à Bouches, Nick Earle & Joe Coffin, Sultans of String, The Andrew Collins Trio, The East Pointers, The Kerplunks, Twin Flames, Willy Rios, Yann Falquet & Pascal Gemme TORONTO, Saturday, December 3, […]

by pmnationtalk on December 5, 2016259 Views

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A Tribe Called Red: The Virus – FYI Music News

December 5, 2016 A Tribe Called Red – “The Virus” (Pirate’s Blend): Unanimously hailed as their strongly album yet, We Are The Halluci Nation is already making Best of 2016 lists and is viewed as a real Polaris Prize contender for the sonically and stylistically adventurous A Tribe Called Red. The album features a wide range of […]

by pmnationtalk on December 5, 2016252 Views

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Bell Media’s MuchFACT Announces Fund Recipients for December Music Committee

TORONTO (December 2, 2016) – Bell Media’s MuchFACT (A Foundation to Assist Canadian Talent) announced today the 23 fund recipients from the December 1, 2016 music committee meeting. With 183 applications considered, a total of $452,900 was awarded to Canadian musicians in the following categories: Content Package, Music Video, Online Music Video/Project, and Digital Tools. […]

by ahnationtalk on December 2, 2016219 Views

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July Talk, Tribe Called Red and more to play Saskatoon this week – StarPhoenix

December 1, 2016 July Talk When: Dec. 6 Where: Louis’ What: I’m a fan of contrasts. Sweet and salty, sour and bitter, rich and citrusy. But this isn’t a column about food (no matter how hard I try). Another great constrast is the sound of July Talk singers Peter Dreimanis and Leah Fay. His vocals […]

by ahnationtalk on December 2, 2016267 Views

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Metis artist nominated for a Canadian Folk Music Award

December 01, 2016 Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) citizen Amanda Rheaume continues to be recognized in the music industry for her incredible talent! Rheaume has been nominated once again for the Canadian Folk Music Aboriginal Songwriter of the Year Award. Amanda won the award back in 2014 and that same year also received a Juno nomination for […]

by pmnationtalk on December 2, 2016205 Views

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Tis the Season for Holiday Tunes by Manitoba Artists

December 1, 2016 The snow is falling, the lights are shining, and it’s starting to feel a lot like the holidays. We’ve put together a playlist brimming with holiday cheer featuring over two hours of holiday and winter-themed music by local artists at manitobamusic.com/holiday. The playlist features a diverse collection of new and original tunes, old […]

by pmnationtalk on December 2, 2016223 Views

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Concert Sampler Dec. 1 to 7: Charlotte Day Wilson and River Tiber are pick of the week – Thestar.com

Dec. 1, 2016 Also Lizzo, Jason Collett’s Basement Revue, Weepies, Michael Kiwanuka, Nexus with Moondog 100. Live music highlights, Dec 1 to 7: Jason Collett’s Basement Revue “Provincial Blues”END Among the many holiday annuals this mainstay hits its 10th year and stands out for its approach (and, as of recently, its podcast). Collett’s an all-round […]

by ahnationtalk on December 1, 2016210 Views

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We Are The Halluci Nation Is A Tribe Called Red’s Most Political Album Yet – The Manitoban

November 29, 2016 Formed in 2008, Canadian electronic music group A Tribe Called Red (ATCR) is made up of  three Indigenous DJs: DJ NDN, Bear Witness and 2oolman. The group produces a unique style of music that is now being called “pow-wow step.” Their music combines elements of electronic music and hip-hop with traditional Indigenous […]

by pmnationtalk on November 30, 2016210 Views

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See It: Photos from the Gord Downie’s Secret Path concert – The Coast

Nov 30, 2016 “I felt so lucky to be in that room. Friggin’ magic happened in that venue tonight.” If you were one of the lucky people at the Rebecca Cohn at last night’s Gord Downie concert then you know how powerful it was. The Tragically Hip frontperson performed a special concert in Halifax of […]

by ahnationtalk on November 30, 2016216 Views

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Wild Archaeology season finale: Inuit of Rigolet, Part 2 – TV, eh?

November 30, 2016 On this, the final episode of Season 1 of Wild Archaeology, we return to Double Mer site in Rigolet, Nfld. This last locale is referred to as a historical site as it contains artifacts from only the last few hundred years. First, we visit the lab situated within The Net Loft town […]

by ahnationtalk on November 30, 2016262 Views

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Downie Indigenous Partnership (Downie-Indigenous-Partne) – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Nov 29, 2016 15:28 HALIFAX – Gord Downie has formed a partnership with a prominent aboriginal leader to encourage corporate Canada to do more to promote dialogue and reconciliation with aboriginal people. The Legacy Room initiative, announced today in Halifax, is the brainchild of Assembly of First Nations regional Chief Morley […]

by pmnationtalk on November 29, 2016308 Views

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