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Canada’s leading indigenous chef to host pop-up dinners in Vancouver with Truth and Reconciliation on the menu – The Georgia Straight

Former Top Chef competitor Rich Francis designed the Cooking for Reconciliation series Former Top Chef Canada finalist Rich Francis is considered the country’s leading First Nations culinary talent, and he’s on a mission to redefine Aboriginal cuisine. That pursuit will bring him to Vancouver this weekend, when he’s hosting a series of pop-up dinners. Francis, […]

by ahnationtalk on March 1, 2017256 Views

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MASTERCHEF CANADA Season 4 Finalists Revealed in Advance of March 2 Premiere on CTV

– In a MASTERCHEF CANADA first, a new audition process sees the Season 4 finalists surprised in their hometowns, before 24 candidates face unique challenges in the MASTERCHEF CANADA kitchen that will determine the Top 12 – – The Season 4 home cooks include a YouTuber, a paramedic, a PhD student, a plumber, a teacher, […]

by pmnationtalk on February 7, 2017314 Views

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The North comes into focus at Yukon’s Available Light Film Festival – CBC

Angry Inuk, The Sun at Midnight among Northern films to be screened this week in Whitehorse Feb 05, 2017 For Yukon film buffs, it’s the biggest week of the year — when they can spend their afternoons and evenings soaking up some of the best new films from across the North and beyond. “It’s a […]

by ahnationtalk on February 6, 2017253 Views

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Yukon Stories – Yukon Events Magazine

February 1, 2017 Now in its 15th year, the Available Light Film Festival kicks off on Friday, Feb. 3 with a musical performance by John K. Samson and the Winter Wheat. The festival features over 40 events: film, media art, live performances and artist talks. The films in the festival come from around the world […]

by pmnationtalk on February 1, 2017260 Views

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Meet the Canada Reads 2017 contenders – CBC

January 31, 2017 Five Canadians – an actor, a musician, a comedian, a performer and a veteran – will battle it out to become the next Canada Reads champion beginning March 27, 2017. Over four days, the five defenders will bring their diverse perspectives to answer the question: What is the one book Canadians need now? The […]

by ahnationtalk on January 31, 2017236 Views

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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, 2017247 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, 2017267 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, 2016299 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, 2016296 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, 2016300 Views

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