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Mikaela Agawa

Batchewana First Nation Member Competing In Miss World Canada Competition

A Batchewana First Nation member is counting on your support as she competes in the Miss World Canada 2020 pageant. Mikaela Agawa has been in...
Dean Sayers

Robinson-Huron Treaty First Nations Call On Canada To Honour Treaties

The 21 First Nations of the Robinson-Huron Treaty are calling on Canada to honour its Treaty obligations to the Mi’kmaw and Lake Huron Anishinabe...

Destination Northern Ontario congratulates winners and finalists of Ontario Tourism Awards

Sault Ste. Marie, ON – On Wednesday, October 28th, as many as 800 tourism professionals and operators took part in the Ontario Tourism Summit’s...
Mitch Case

$30,375 ECSF Grant for Métis Nation of Ontario

The Métis Nation of Ontario’s (Region 4) “Our Culture Is Our Strength” project is receiving a cash injection courtesy of the COVID-19 Emergency Community...

Most know little about prominent Indigenous, racialized Canadians, survey suggests

TORONTO — Indigenous and other racialized Canadians have been shaping the country's history and culture for centuries, but a new poll suggests most Canadians...
Helenbar Lookout Mississagi Provincial Park

Destination Northern Ontario Launches #DREAMON Campaign

As demand for positive news skyrockets, “a place worth waiting for” campaign aims to deliver inspiring stories (Sault Ste. Marie) - As Northern Ontario’s tourism businesses...

Powwow circuit disrupted by COVID-19, but organizers optimistic for 2021

Romaine Mitchell is confident that a summer without powwows will be "just a small blip" in the cultural history of Indigenous Peoples. Mitchell has been...

National parks, historic sites partly reopening June 1, but no camping yet

OTTAWA — Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson says national parks will resume some operations in June. Wilkinson says some trails, day use areas, green spaces and...

No parades, no concerts, no fun? COVID-19 will ensure a summer like no other

TORONTO — From music festivals to carnivals to big screen blockbusters, COVID-19 has already put the kibosh on several summer highlights that define the season...

Unfinished hides, residential schools in major Ottawa Indigenous art exhibition

OTTAWA — When you walk through the doors of the National Gallery of Canada and spy children playing on a massive new art installation now...