Indigenous Artists Nick Sherman & Shawnee Share their Stories on APTN’s Amplify

Have you ever been curious about the meanings behind your most loved tunes and the stories of the artists who wrote them? You can learn about your favourite Indigenous artists’ music by checking out APTN’s new documentary show, Amplify. There are thirteen episodes to enjoy from season one, including a behind-the-scenes look at iskwē‘s, “Little Star”, as well as in-depth […]

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Celebrate Capital Pride from Wherever You Are beginning this weekend

Everything looks a little different in 2020, but that won’t stop Capital Pride from going strong! You can tune into this year’s programming from the comfort of home, hence this year’s pride slogan, #WhereverWeAre.   There are many exciting events to look forward to, including the beloved Capital Pride Pageant. The Odawa Two-Spirit, Trans and […]

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Riit, iskwē & William Prince up for SOCAN Songwriting Prize

Ten Indigenous and Canadian artists have been nominated for the 2020 SOCAN Songwriting Prize. When it comes to voting, you might be feeling a little undecided. From William Prince’s heart-strings-pulling tune, “The Spark” to the political message of Haviah Mighty’s, “Thirteen” to iskwē’s charged up power anthem, “Breaking Down”, there is a lot to appreciate. Check […]

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iskwē’s New Single, “Little Star”

With every release, iskwē exceeds expectations and pushes artistic boundaries while shedding light on issues affecting Indigenous communities. iskwē’s newest single, “Little Star”, is no exception. “Little Star” tells a story and asks the listener to think about Indigenous youth who lost their lives in the face of societal problems like racism and the ongoing […]

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