Exhibition shines light on Projet Autochtone du Quebec

Photographer Cory Hunlin enjoys capturing the beauty of Montreal’s natural landscape. (Courtesy Cory Hunlin) While a homeless shelter isn’t a typical venue for showcasing artwork, a...

Regaining food sovereignty through seeds

About 50 farmers, seed savers, and gardeners gathered at Ristorante La Vista for the second Kahnawake Collective Impact (KCI) seed conference last weekend to...

Art with a powerful message

For a soft-spoken artist, Kaia’tanó:ron Dumoulin Bush’s art has a lot to say.

Fighting the mood swings of fall fashion

Tiio Horn (left) rocks as Mezaris silk scarf, while a smaller Tiio (Deer) (right) goes for a Merino wool style from the same designer....

Kaniehtiio Horn’s definitely not the girl next door

Kaniehtiio Horn's Nicole in What Would Sal Do? plays the Diane Chambers to Sal's (Dylan Taylor) Sam Malone, as the CraveTV show takes a swipe...

Indigenous movie monsters take over Old Montreal

The art exhibition Indigenous Movies Monsters opened last night at the Ashukan Cultural Space. (Courtesy Jay Soule) FrankenSioux, chief werewolves, haunted powwows and cursed Cayugas...

Buffy, bluegrass, punks, Poets and blues

Buffy St. Marie, here in 2009, will be in town February 16 for a show people will not want to miss. Buy her book...

Scientists fly to Kuujjuaq, show off projects

Students from Kahnawake and one from Kanesatake scienced their way to the Inuit community of Kuujjuaq for a youth science fair and made their...

A look at community’s struggle through injustice

Search for directions to Kashechewan on a GPS, and the response returns, “can’t find a way there.” It’s a fitting response from a machine that...

Art in Action exhibit honours Indigenous women

Marissa Diabo's reinterpretation of the Creation Story was a standout piece at the Youth Forum's second Art in Action show. (Jessica Deer, The Eastern...

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