Three Businesses You Can Support This National Day For Truth And Reconciliation

This coming September 30th will be the first-ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. However, just because it’s no longer called Orange Shirt Day doesn’t mean you’re not still encouraged to wear one. If you’re a last-minute shopper, here are three Indigenous-owned businesses that we love, and you can support in anticipation of September 30th. 1) […]

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Indigenous Tourism Ontario Presents: A Three Fires Collaborative Quest

The Tourism Industry Association of Ontario is collaborating with Indigenous Tourism Ontario and the Ontario Tourism Education Corporation for A Three Fires Collaborative Quest. This is a program that was designed to fill in critical gaps within the industry and encourage the recovery and growth of Ontario’s tourism workforce. It will do so by bringing […]

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“For Love” documentary shines light on Canadian child welfare system

A new documentary will explore the effects of Canada’s child welfare system on Indigenous people and communities. “For Love,” from “Highway of Tears” director, Matt Smiley, is a journey across the land where Indigenous peoples will tell their stories surrounding Canada’s foster came system. The documentary, written and produced by Smiley and Mary Teegee, will […]

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Emmys 2021: Stars of Reservation Dogs share message about Indigenous peoples

The 73rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards brought Indigenous folks to the stage on Sunday, September 19th. Co-creator, Sterlin Harjo, and stars D’Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai, Devery Jacobs, Paulina Alexis and Lane Factor from the new hit Indigenous show, Reservation Dogs, gave out the award for Outstanding Directing in a Limited Series. Before they announced the winner, Sterlin Harjo said, “We are here […]

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