Mark the incoming season at Mādahòkì Farm’s Sīgwan (Spring) Festival

Spring is right around the corner and Mādahòkì Farm in Ottawa is ready to honour and celebrate the season with the Sīgwan Festival. Sīgwan means “spring” in Ojibwe. You may have visited Mādahòkì Farm for their Winter (Pìbon) Festival back in December, but if you missed it, Sīgwan Festival will include many similar features. You can shop with Indigenous […]

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The National Capital Region announces Top Employers of 2022

The results of the National Capital Region‘s Top Employers competition have been announced for 2022, recognizing fifty local workplaces. The competition looks at the same criteria as Canada’s Top 100 Employers, including the workspace and atmosphere, vacation and benefits, communication and skills development. The companies are also compared alongside other organizations and businesses in their industry to determine how […]

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Annual Unikkaatuarniq outdoor Snowscreen heads online

The beloved outdoor snow screening, Unikkaatuarniq (which means “storytelling” in Inuktitut) hosted by Asinabka Film Festival, is taking place virtually for the first time. The event boasts Indigenous films from Inuit and Sami communities in the circumpolar north. This year’s program includes two feature length screenings and ten short films. Unikkaatuarniq is a staple event at Winterlude, which cancelled most of […]

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Assembly of Seven Generations moves Annual Round Dance event online

The Assembly of Seven Generations (A7G) invites you to come together virtually for their 5th Annual Virtual Round Dance, a group healing practice and community gathering. This year’s theme is “Honouring Our Ancestors.”   The lineup of special guests and performers has not been announced yet. However, for the second year in a row, Harvey Dreaver will be The Stickman, […]

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