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MUSKRAT PRESENTS 2016 FALL EVENTS LIST

MUSKRAT PRESENTS 2016 FALL EVENTS LIST

We Are All Treaty People| Photo by Arnell Tailfeathers The leaves are changing and school is in full session, here is a list of fall events because October is almost here. A Tribe Called Red will be in Toronto twice this September performing free shows and Curve Lake First Nation is hosting their annual...
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COOL SCHOOL PROGRAMS FOR INDIGENOUS ARTISTS


COOL SCHOOL PROGRAMS FOR INDIGENOUS ARTISTS

Santee Smith by David Hou | Image source: Kahawi Dance Theatre From the canvas to the theatre, these outstanding institutions and organizations support Indigenous artists with education programs that foster creative and career development. 1. The Adam Beach Film Institute, Winnipeg, MB The Adam Beach Fi...
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AUGUST 2016 INDIGENOUS EVENT LIST

AUGUST 2016 INDIGENOUS EVENT LIST

Hija de la Laguna Still | Image source: daughterofthelake.pe Hija de la Laguna Screening co-presentation with CINEMA POLITICA Tuesday, August 9th 2016 at 8:30 pm UQAM SALLE JEAN-CLAUDE-LAUZON | 1564, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC Feature length film directed by Ernesto Cabellos, screens as a part of the...
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POWWOW TRAIL LEADS TO GATHERING

POWWOW TRAIL LEADS TO GATHERING

Photo by Robert Snache | Image source: spirithands.smugmug.com. All Rights Reserved. Powwow is a way of life for some families. Here we get a rare, behind-the-scenes glimpse into the colourful, chaotic and culture-infused lives of three families on the powwow trail. STORY BY TARA GATEWOOD (ISLETA PUEBLO...
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TECUMSEH SCULPTURE UNVEILED ON WALPOLE ISLAND

TECUMSEH SCULPTURE UNVEILED ON WALPOLE ISLAND

Wikwemikong’s Georgina Toulouse Bebamikawe recently unveiled a seven-and-a-half-foot bronze sculpture of Tecumseh overlooking the St. Clair River on Walpole Island. “He’s done in buckskin and he’s dressed up like a warrior,” says Joyce Johnson, director of the Walpole Island Heritage Centre. “A lot of t...
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3RD ANNUAL MINAAKE AWARDS: WALKING A GOOD PATH

3RD ANNUAL MINAAKE AWARDS: WALKING A GOOD PATH

Elders and Award Recipients, Joanne Dallaire and Pauline Shirt This year, MUSKRAT was proud to attend the 3rd Annual Minaake Awards, presented by Native Women’s Resource Centre and CIBC. In Ojibway, Minaake means “people who are walking a good path,” and the awards were created to recognize and celebrat...
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