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World premieres bring together Indigenous and immigrant voices in Canada – New Canadian Media

February 20, 2024 Indigenous participants and newcomers use live storytelling, spoken word, dance and film to reflect on the differences and common ground of identity and belonging. After months of preparation, members of Canada’s Indigenous and immigrant communities are preparing to launch a pair of multimedia storytelling experiences they hope will illustrate a rapidly developing […]

by ahnationtalk on February 20, 20242 Views

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Kinngait artist Ningiukulu Teevee gets exhibit in United Kingdom – Nunatsiaq News

Feb 20, 2024 Kinngait artist Ningiukulu Teevee’s art has gone abroad. The exhibit Stories from Kinngait is on display at Canada House in London, England, until June 1. Teevee was there for the exhibit’s opening on Feb. 7. “I’ve been to a few openings, and [this one] was really nice,” she told Nunatsiaq News. The […]

by ahnationtalk on February 20, 202418 Views

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New 10-year plan for Green Gables includes sharing stories of Indigenous, marginalized groups – CBC

Feb 16, 2024 Plan has provoked some commentators to complain about ‘woke’ content For the first time, L.M. Montgomery’s Cavendish National Historic Site has its own 10-year management plan, separate from the Prince Edward Island National Park. The plan sets out a vision for Green Gables Heritage Place, including three key strategies described as “The […]

by ahnationtalk on February 16, 202410 Views

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Funding increased for Community Investment Fund

15 February 2024 FREDERICTON– The provincial government is investing more in a fund supporting community-based not-for-profits that deliver programs and services, as well as festivals and events. Money provided through the Community Investment Fund will increase by $3.7 million over the next three years. “The Community Investment Fund has been a successful program, having funded […]

by ahnationtalk on February 15, 202411 Views

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There’s just so much about Labrador that’s so beautiful and unique’: 20 questions with award winning Inuit storyteller Sophie Angnatok – Saltwire

February 12, 2024 Angnatok recently won the Chris Brookes Memorial Award, a $2000 award from RCA Theatre Company for projects in development Originally from Nain, Labrador, she has lived in St. John’s for over 20 years. Angnatok recently won the Chris Brookes Memorial Award, which is a $2,000 award from RCA Theatre Company for projects […]

by ahnationtalk on February 12, 202419 Views

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Lily Gladstone leaned on community to get through some scenes in Killers of the Flower Moon – CBC

Feb 12, 2024 Lily Gladstone says there were moments filming Killers of the Flower Moon when panic would set in at the thought of playing a role that could be so triggering. She plays Mollie Kyle in Martin Scorsese’s historical drama about the Osage murders, a period in the early 20th century where members of the oil-wealthy Osage Nation in […]

by ahnationtalk on February 12, 202422 Views

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Confederation Trail consultation update

Feb 8,2024 What We Heard summarizes the broad scope of ideas and feedback shared by thousands of residents and stakeholders in the fall of 2023. Safety was a recurring topic and reflected throughout the report.  Based on the feedback, the Province is announcing decisions shaped by the voices and experiences of Islanders shared during the […]

by ahnationtalk on February 8, 202421 Views

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Merkuratsuk and Flowers named first recipients of Inuttitut and Cultural Preservations Recognition Awards

February 1, 2024 The Department of Language, Culture and Tourism is pleased to announce Maria Merkuratsuk and Nicholas Flowers are the first recipients of the newly created Inuttitut and Cultural Preservations Recognition Awards. These awards, which will be awarded annually, acknowledge people who are committed to preserving the Inuttitut language and Inuit culture within Nunatsiavut. […]

by ahnationtalk on February 2, 202419 Views

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Minister of Transport announces modernized vessel construction and equipment regulations

From: Transport Canada January 3, 2024 The safety and security of Canada’s marine transportation system is a top priority for Transport Canada. A critical part of that system is a modern and streamlined regulatory regime that is consistent with international standards. Today, the Minister of Transport, Pablo Rodriguez, announced that the new Vessel Construction and […]

by ahnationtalk on January 3, 202435 Views

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Mi’kmaw fashion designers ready for the runway in Membertou – Saltwire

MEMBERTOU – The Mi’kmaw Circle of Hope Society is set to present its 2nd annual “Wearing Our Identity” fashion show on Friday. The event showcases Indigenous fashion, culture and art, highlighting its unique place in the fashion world. Heidi Marshall, President and Founder of the Mi’kmaw Circle of Hope says the emphasis on showcasing Indigenous […]

by ahnationtalk on December 14, 202330 Views

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