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Indigenous Arts Festival at Loyalist College December 3 – Quinte News

Nov 25, 2022 The 28th annual Indigenous Arts Festival is coming to Loyalist College. The December 3 event, organized by the college’s Indigenous Resource Centre, will be a celebration of Indigenous entrepreneurship through art, craft, music, and food. The event also includes a free public market and culinary options, including corn soup with buns, Indian tacos and baked goods. The Indigenous Arts Festival was formerly known as the Native Arts Festival. Read […]

by pmnationtalk on November 25, 202284 Views

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Indigenous veterans commemorated with headstones: ‘Canadians need to honour them’ – Global News

November 24, 2022 Cheryle Maracle is often at her family’s burial plot in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, visiting family members, or picking hickory nuts and medicines nearby. Now, there’s a new headstone for her to visit honouring her great grandfather — a veteran of the First and Second World Wars. “We didn’t know that we were […]

by ahnationtalk on November 25, 20225 Views

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NFN: Seeking Powwow Committee Members

November 24, 2022 Members must be 18 years and over to participate on advisory committees, meetings are held once per month; committee members will be paid an honorarium of $100.00 for the meetings they attend. Note: Applicants will be permitted to participate on a maximum of two committees. Committees will be comprised of youth, Elder […]

by ahnationtalk on November 25, 20227 Views

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MCFN: Live Nation Legacy Space Artist Callout

November 23, 2022 MCFN: Live Nation Legacy Space Artist Callout NT4

by ahnationtalk on November 23, 202210 Views

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Purolator announces the names of the third annual holiday gift box creators – APTN News

Nov 22, 2022 Aedan Corey is one of 13 emerging artists selected for this year’s boxes. She is Inuk and currently lives in Ottawa, but is originally from Cambridge Bay, Nunavut. “When I first heard about it was when Purolator contacted me, with the way the program works is that every previous year, the past […]

by ahnationtalk on November 23, 20227 Views

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Dokis First Nation Anishinaabekwe crowned Ms. Regional Canada 2022 – Anishinabek News

November 23, 2022 NORTH BAY— Aspiring to inspire, Nathalie Wajashk Restoule walked the red carpet to ensure her platform reaches the public and Indigenous youth. Entering the Mrs. Ms. Regional Canada Empowerment Pageant as Ms. Anishinabek Nation, Wajashk Restoule has been crowned Ms. Regional Canada 2022. During the Ms. Regional Canada awards held on November […]

by ahnationtalk on November 23, 202262 Views

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Indigenous artists explore past, present, and future with new Drummondville exhibition – CBC

Textiles, murals, and digital projections featured in exhibition Nov 22, 2022 Carla Hemlock spent over a year working on her latest piece of art responding to the discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves at sites of former residential schools. “Like everyone else, it just took everything out of us to hear what was happening in Kamloops,” […]

by ahnationtalk on November 22, 20226 Views

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The ISO Announces the First Indigenous Delegation at Content London

Toronto (Tkaronto) _ The Indigenous Screen Office (ISO) has selected four Indigenous producers to attend Content London 2022, where they will be able to network and present their projects in development at this premiere international market taking place November 28 to December 1st, 2022. “ISO is excited to announce its support to four Indigenous producers […]

by ahnationtalk on November 17, 20229 Views

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Meet the sculptor who memorialized the Senate’s “Gentle Persuader” – Senate of Canada

November 17, 2022 In February 2019, the Senate moved to the Senate of Canada Building, a former train station built in 1912. The Senate will occupy this temporary location while Parliament’s Centre Block — the Senate’s permanent home — is rehabilitated. Although Centre Block is shuttered for rehabilitation work, Canadians can still experience its art and architecture through the Senate’s immersive virtual […]

by ahnationtalk on November 17, 20229 Views

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Native Earth Performing Arts marks 40 years of highlighting Indigenous stories – CityNews Toronto

Nov 16, 2022 Native Earth Performing Arts (NEPA) is marking a milestone anniversary this year as the organization celebrates 40 years of highlighting Indigenous stories told by Indigenous artists. Launched in 1982, NEPA is Canada’s oldest professional Indigenous theatre company. Interim artistic director Joelle Peters says it is both part of, and showcases, a timeless […]

by ahnationtalk on November 17, 20226 Views

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