From Turtle Island to a Greek tragedy

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Wahsonti:io Kirby, right, plays Phaidra’s Shadow in the Dawson College production of Hippolytos. By: Zachary Kamel, The Eastern Door “Mighty and of high renown, among mortals and in...

Hemlock continues to make mark in Santa Fe

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Kanien’kehá:ka artist Carla Hemlock was this year’s recipient of the Bernard Ewell Innovation Award. (Courtesy Grant Jonathan) Carla Hemlock’s latest artwork is more than just...

Skateboarding for culture

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The designs of seven artists from five different communities were featured on a limited collection of skateboards as part of an effort to support an annual Block Party and Go Skate day.

Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs looks ahead

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Though some fans might think that Kahnawa’kehró:non Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs shot to overnight success in the acting world, it’s been a long journey to...

Onkwehón:we reclaim narrative in new series

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Angie-Pepper O’Bomsawin’s latest project, a KASKO productions docuseries called Little Big Community, showcases First Nations communities across Turtle Island, and the first episode is...

Iroquois village dug up downtown on Peel Street

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Montreal archaeologists dug only 60 centimetres below the asphalt before uncovering artifacts from a 14th century St. Lawrence Iroquoian village near Peel and Sherbrooke...

New film project rewards persistence and work ethic

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With the adoration and glamour of landing a major role in a film or television program comes years of frustration, callbacks, rejection and stress...

Re-telling un-ceded territory’s story on film

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Wahiakeron Gilbert’s performance as Chief Tannawake is one of the many fine bits of acting that perhaps could have used more screen time. (Courtesy...

Tobacco, from seed to smoke in 223 pages

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The task for Jim Poling was large, but the former Canadian Press writer was up for it, and the result is a fascinating look...

Indigenous Voices of Today

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Museums have long been criticized for the way they represent non-European societies, often portraying them through the settler point of view. With Indigenous Voices of Today, the McCord Museum is taking a concrete step away from the old way of doing things.

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