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(S)hiver Me Timbers – Yukon Events Magazine

“The dark and the cold are conducive to creativity,” says Carly Woolner, one of the co-founders of Dawson’s (S)Hiver Arts Festival. Blair Douglas, the other half of the team, chimes in with a smile: “They are also conducive to everyone staying home.” Together these sum up the motivations behind the festival, which has a mandate […]

by ahnationtalk on January 25, 2017192 Views

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This Iqaluit band is fighting to make Inuktitut part of the music industry – CBC

Nancy Mike and Andrew Morrison are The Jerry Cans, a band on a mission Nancy Mike and Andrew Morrison are The Jerry Cans, a band from Nunavut who mix throat singing with everything from traditional music to reggae. They also just so happen to sing in the Inuit language of Inuktitut — and when they […]

by ahnationtalk on January 19, 2017212 Views

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New Years’ Eve Entertainment Announced

December 14, 2016 The City of Yellowknife invites the public to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday at a large New Years’ Eve event in the Multiplex (41 Kam Lake Road). The festivities begin at 4 p.m. on December 31 and celebrate multiculturalism in Yellowknife.  All activities and entertainment is free and includes access to the Yellowknife […]

by ahnationtalk on December 16, 2016250 Views

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A Tribe Called Red: The Virus – FYI Music News

December 5, 2016 A Tribe Called Red – “The Virus” (Pirate’s Blend): Unanimously hailed as their strongly album yet, We Are The Halluci Nation is already making Best of 2016 lists and is viewed as a real Polaris Prize contender for the sonically and stylistically adventurous A Tribe Called Red. The album features a wide range of […]

by pmnationtalk on December 5, 2016240 Views

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Family First Night To Receive Canada 150 Funding

The City of Whitehorse is one of 19 municipalities across Canada to receive support from the Canada 150 Fund. A contribution in the amount of $140,000 has been awarded to enhance the New Year’s Eve Celebration in Whitehorse. In addition to free daytime activities at the Canada Games Centre, the event will feature Canadian, local, […]

by ahnationtalk on November 21, 2016267 Views

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Nunavut’s the Jerry Cans take their folk rock mix and hit the road to tackle Eastern Canada – APTN

November 14, 2016 APTN National News One of the arctic’s best-known bands is hitting the road in support of their third album. Canadian folk music award winners The Jerry Cans will be out on tour across Eastern Canada. On Monday, they make a stop in Montreal. Read More: http://aptn.ca/news/2016/11/14/nunavuts-the-jerry-cans-take-their-folk-rock-mix-and-hit-the-road-to-tackle-eastern-canada/

by ahnationtalk on November 15, 2016197 Views

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Webinar on First Nations Child Welfare – Nov. 16, 2016

Webinar on First Nations Child Welfare – Nov. 16, 2016 Please join us for a FREE WEBINAR with Jon Thompson, Executive Director of Social Development at Assembly of First Nations (AFN), and Cindy Blackstock, Executive Director First Nations Child and Family Caring Society, on the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal decision on First Nations Child Welfare […]

by pmnationtalk on November 14, 2016187 Views

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It’s magical:’ Tatiana Maslany on filming Two Lovers and a Bear in Canada’s Arctic – CBC

‘You can kind of let the environment be a scene partner,’ says actor Nov 01, 2016 Tatiana Maslany, one of the stars of Two Lovers and a Bear, says her time shooting in Nunavut was an eye-opening experience, and she wants more Canadian filmmakers to work in the North and more Inuit to tell their […]

by ahnationtalk on November 1, 2016265 Views

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Historic music celebration attracts big name acts for worldwide awareness of health issues in Indigenous communities

Historic music celebration attracts big name acts for worldwide awareness of health issues in Indigenous communities October 18, 2016, Toronto, Ontario —  Join a historic music celebration live at The Vogue Theatre in Vancouver, BC on November 17, 2016 as performers Buffy Sainte-Marie, Susan Aglukark and Andrea Menard answer the call to help build awareness of health issues […]

by ahnationtalk on October 18, 2016474 Views

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NSI Features First film The Sun at Midnight celebrates world premiere in Fort McPherson, NWT

The National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI) congratulates writer/director Kirsten Carthew on the world premiere of her NSI Features First-developed film The Sun At Midnight, happening on September 25 in Fort McPherson, NWT. Amos Scott is the film’s producer. “NSI’s Features First program was pivotal to getting The Sun At Midnight into motion as a viable feature film,” said […]

by pmnationtalk on September 23, 2016262 Views

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