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Comedian Don Burnstick uses humour to talk about hard issues – CBC

Feb 02, 2023 With 30 years of performing, his audiences span generations Thirty-eight years ago, Don Burnstick was sitting in rehab trying to figure out his life. He had to process the trauma and hurt he’d endured as a child. It was uncomfortable. It’s these experiences he draws from that make him so relatable to an Indigenous […]

by ahnationtalk on February 2, 20234 Views

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Gripping Four-Part Crave Original Investigative Docuseries, THUNDER BAY, Premieres February 17

(TORONTO) January 19, 2023 – Crave announced today that its new, four-part original gripping investigative docuseries, THUNDER BAY, premieres on Friday, Feb. 17, and is available to audiences in both English and French. The series is produced, written, and co-directed by Anishinaabe journalist Ryan McMahon, who is on a quest to uncover the truth behind […]

by ahnationtalk on January 19, 202310 Views

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Canada Reads winner Michelle Good to publish essay collection on Indigenous experiences in Canada – CBC

Jan 16, 2023 Truth Telling: Seven Conversations about Indigenous Life in Canada will be available on May 30, 2023 Canada Reads-winning author Michelle Good is back, with another book reflecting on the Indigenous experiences in Canada. Her next book is a collection of essays titled Truth Telling: Seven Conversations about Indigenous Life in Canada. Truth Telling is […]

by ahnationtalk on January 16, 20239 Views

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All-Indigenous cast brings a new word to the 1978 musical Grease – CBC

Oct 31, 2022 Bear Grease takes the traditional storyline and gives it an Indigenous twist Crystle Lightning says she never saw people like herself reflected in the arts and media. So along with her husband, MC Redcloud, Lightning thought there was no better way to celebrate their identity, in spaces where they felt Indigenous representation was excluded, than […]

by ahnationtalk on October 31, 202223 Views

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Locally-tied Author uses all Skills to advance Indigenous Reconciliation and end Violence towards Women and Children – SaultOnline.com

October 20, 2022 Inspired action. Use of all skills available ranging from creative through to educational background and employment experience. These are only some of the qualities that make Willie Poll an exceptional example of passion, accomplishment, and forward motion. Truly, she is a changemaker, a word that she uses to describe the youthful Indigenous […]

by ahnationtalk on October 20, 202225 Views

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Telefilm Canada selects nine English-language feature-length films under the Big Budget stream of the Production Program

October 13, 2022 – Telefilm Canada announces the latest round of funding for nine feature-length films in the English market under the Big Budget stream of the Production Program’s 2022 submissions, representing a total commitment of $16.08 million. Earlier this summer, Telefilm committed to 12 English-language feature-length films and nine French-language feature-length films under the […]

by ahnationtalk on October 13, 202236 Views

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Indigenous Londoner nominated for Governor General’s literary award – London Free Press

Oct 12, 2022 An Indigenous author from London is nominated for a Governor General’s Literary Award. Eli Baxter, who taught at Western University for 17 years, is nominated in the non-fiction category for his book, Aki-Wayn-Zih: A Person as Worthy as the Earth (McGill-Queen’s University Press), a memoir about “growing up in the hunting and […]

by ahnationtalk on October 13, 202228 Views

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Tomson Highway, renowned Indigenous voice and Order of Canada member, has date for Showplace – Peterborough Examiner

Oct. 11, 2022 Highway will discuss his upbringing in northern Manitoba with a nomadic caribou-hunting family Tomson Highway, a member of the Order of Canada and residential school survivor, will discuss his experiences during a free lecture at Showplace as part of Trent University’s 50th anniversary for the School for the Study of Canada. The […]

by ahnationtalk on October 11, 202232 Views

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The NFB VR experience This Is Not a Ceremony by Ahnahktsipiitaa (Colin Van Loon) now touring Canadian cities

From: National Film Board September 27, 2022 – Toronto – National Film Board of Canada (NFB) The virtual reality experience This Is Not a Ceremony, created by Niitsitapi writer and director Ahnahktsipiitaa (Colin Van Loon), is now touring communities and festivals across Canada, giving more people the opportunity to experience this powerful and cinematic Indigenous […]

by ahnationtalk on September 27, 202236 Views

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First Nations historian’s new book details ‘relentless’ children’s labour at Mt. Elgin residential school – CBC

The book titled, ‘Nii Ndahlohke,’ means ‘I work’ in the Lunaape language Sep 26, 2022 For Mary Jane Logan McCallum, researching the history of student life at Mount Elgin’s residential school is personal. The history professor and member of Munsee-Delaware nation first heard about the institution from mentions of her great grandfather and his brother […]

by ahnationtalk on September 26, 202237 Views

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