The 2021 Canadian Folk Music Awards celebrate Indigenous and Canadian talents

You’ll be able to celebrate the best in Canadian folk next spring! The 16th annual Canadian Folk Music Award nominees were announced on December 1st, 2020.  Among the nominees is Indigenous folk artist William Prince, who received five nominations for his 2020 album, Reliever, including Contemporary Singer of the Year, Solo Artist of the Year and single of […]

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Afternoon News: Monday, November 30, 2020

COVID-19 Ottawa: Ottawa Public Health is reporting 29 new, confirmed COVID-19 cases, and another death from the virus Monday. 8,487 total cases have been confirmed in the Capital, with 7,768 resolved, and 344 active. 375 people in the city have now died after contracting the Novel Coronavirus. COVID-19 Ontario: Across Ontario, 1,746 new cases, and seven […]

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Aiden & Jay’s Bitter Christmas Review – Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square

Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square isn’t your typical Christmas movie. Sorry – that’s an over statement. It’s actually as typical as a Christmas Movie gets, in that, without reading a description, you know exactly what’s happening at every turn; there are no surprises and a very predictable ending. But – it’s a Christmas movie […]

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9 Indigenous TikTok Stars You Should Follow

The app, once known to be brimming with gen Z, posting dance challenges, lip-syncs, and viral trends, has become increasingly political in recent times. Yes, I’m talking about TikTok.   TikTok has become an unexpected channel for making social and political statements about the Black Lives Matter movement, climate change, and LGBTQ+ issues. Its effectiveness lies […]

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Tips to protect your package deliveries this holiday season

How did you do with Black Friday yesterday? Did you end up getting all your Christmas shopping done? Maybe at least got something to spoil yourself? Perhaps you wanted to skip the lines and do some shopping online. If that’s the case we have to keep in mind that there are some grinches out there. You know what I mean – also known as ‘porch pirates’… As frustrating as […]

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Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto Goes Virtual

You won’t have to make the trip to Toronto to enjoy Indigenous Fashion Week, because it’s going virtual. IFWTO kicked off its first event in 2018. The fashion week showcases Indigenous designers and brings together industry leaders for engaging discussions.  In 2020, it’s business as usual, but you can join in from the comfort of home. […]

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