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$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...

Alix Ohlin explores the multitudes of motherhood in Giller-nominated novel

TORONTO — The last time she made the rounds on Canada's literary awards circuit, Alix Ohlin felt like she was under pressure to narrow...
Wawa- Saint-Joseph students discover Aboriginal and Francophone cultures

Saint-Joseph students discover Aboriginal and Francophone cultures | À la découverte des cultures autochtone...

Daniel Richer, dit La flèche, Abenakis, recently visited École Saint-Joseph(Wawa). This actor, storyteller and town crier was able to transmit to students the richness...
Toronto Caribbean Festival

Toronto Caribbean Carnival to have topless performers to boost body positivity

TORONTO — A small group of topless performers will be taking part in the Toronto Caribbean Carnival's parade this weekend in a bid to...