New artwork honours Orange Shirt Day 

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There’d been a storage container sitting in the parking lot at Kahnawake Shakotiia’takehnhas Community Services (KSCS) for some time now – plain and orange....

Beauty and the Beast a sellout show

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Kevin John Saylor never forgot the feeling he had performing in a play when he was in sixth grade. “It was the best time...

Kahnawake screens doc on the pines

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The film opens with a close-up image of Pine needles so lush-green you can almost smell them, as a woman speaks Kanien’kéka, returning an...

Creating connections at tattoo gathering

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When Kahnawákeró:non Katsitsahente Cross-Delisle looked at her finished tattoo from Miciah Stasis at the Kanehsatà:ke Traditional Indigenous Tattoo Gathering, she could feel the presence...

Mural carries message of empowerment

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When local artist Kaïa'tanó:ron Dumoulin Bush showed up at the blank wall to paint a two-story mural, she couldn’t help but feel excited.  This is...

Gabriel to present film at Montreal festival

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When Ellen Gabriel set out to make a documentary film to begin correcting the record on the Siege of Kanehsatake, she decided to focus...

Kaniehtiio Horn makes directorial debut

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Kaniehtiio Horn is done waiting to play a lead role. “I figured it was time I took matters into my own hands,” said Horn. The...

Loft brings back Indigenous portrait series

Back for a third time, Martin Akwiranoron Loft will attend the annual International First Peoples' Festival – also known as Presence Autochtone – as...

New chapter for local illustrator 

Countless sketches, back-and-forths, and about half a year later, Kahnawa’kehró:non illustrator Kaia’tanó:ron Dumoulin Bush got her first glimpse of the book Jules au pays...

The makers behind the dancers 

Tahatie Montour crafted a kustowa entirely made out of hawk feathers for his son, Tahoe Montour, who danced at the Echoes of a Proud...

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