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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Indigenous Businesses Feeling the Pinch During COVID-19

As COVID-19 poses rapidly evolving challenges to Canadian businesses, Indigenous communities and business owners are feeling particularly at risk. Tabatha Bull is the new President & CEO of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business. Bull is Anishinaabe and a member of Nipissing First Nation near North Bay, Ontario. Prior to joining the CCAB, she worked […]

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Unikkaaqtuat makes its world premiere at the NAC

Terrence Uyarak and Neil Christopher are feeling the pressure. They are just hours from debuting their Unikkaaqtaut at the National Arts Centre Thursday evening, and they don’t take the venue for granted. “We need two more weeks to finish this circus show,” says Terrence Uyarak co-artistic director and performer in the show, quoting fellow co-artistic […]

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FEATURE FRIDAY – Sara K

Whether this is your first Christmas with your significant other or a regular tradition. Sara Kae’s songs bring out was Christmas is all about. Getting together spending time with your loved one by the Fireplace. You are going to want to add Now That You’re Here (It’s Christmas Time) by Sara Kae to your Christmas […]

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