Raye Zaragoza Doesn’t Feel Afraid Anymore on New Album, Woman in Color

Raye Zaragoza‘s sophomore album, Woman in Color, came out on October 23rd, 2020. The folk-country singer-songwriter and guitarist put out several singles leading up to the release, including “Fight Like a Girl”, “The It Girl”, “They Say” and “Red.” This collection of tunes is powerful and political. Sonically, her songs are diverse and stunning, with upbeat pop flare […]

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Métis National Council launches new website

The Métis National Council launched a new website Monday. The Council says the mobile-friendly site will provide up-to-date information on the Métis nation.   A Sixties Scoop portal provides survivors with key resources like resolution agreement between the Métis Nation and the federal government. There is also a portal dedicated to Métis veterans. There you can […]

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I Love First Peoples Gets a Helping Hand With Shoebox Campaign During Pandemic

For the past seven years, I Love First Peoples has been on a mission to support Indigenous communities, by empowering children and youth to succeed through education and the motivation to stay in school. One of the ways they achieve this goal is through their regular Friendship Box Campaign. The organization accepts shoeboxes filled with […]

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Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival Cancelled

The city’s largest celebration of Indigenous Culture will not be happening this year. Organizers of the 2020 Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival have announced that the event, scheduled for June 18-21 in Vincent Massey Park, has been cancelled. The official announcement comes a day after the city announced that permits for large gatherings scheduled between now […]

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