Tanya Talaga, True North Heists, Colm Feore, and More New Audiobooks on Audible.ca

Audible.ca, the world’s largest producer and provider of original spoken word entertainment and audiobooks, is now offering original premium audio entertainment on a monthly basis featuring some of Canada’s most distinguished voices.  Canadian Audible Originals features a range of celebrated Canadian writers and storytellers including Yannick Bisson, Sarika Cullis-Suzuki, Catherine Hernandez, Robert J. Sawyer, Tanya […]

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Gord Downie’s Legacy Lives on: New Album, and the 3rd Annual Secret Past Week

The Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund (DWF) is proud to announce the launch of the third annual Secret Path Week. Taking place between October 17-22. Secret Path Week includes over 15 events which raise awareness of the history and legacy of Residential Schools and pays tribute to Chanie Wenjack; a 12-year-old Ojibwe boy who died […]

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Powerful New Film “Healing the Nation” (psst…download here!)

Film Description: Healing the Nation follows community members of the Toronto-based Aboriginal Healing Program as they rediscover their culture to heal from unresolved trauma. This empowering documentary dares us to think beyond mainstream medicine and embrace Indigenous ways for overcoming mental health and addiction issues. Director Biography: Jack Major is an LGBTQ+ documentary filmmaker and writer. […]

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Cree Artist Kent Monkman’s Paintings Acquired by the MET

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City has announced the acquisition of a grand diptych by Kent Monkman, mistikôsiwak (Wooden Boat People), created by the Ontario-based Cree artist as the inaugural commission for a new series of contemporary projects in the Museum’s Great Hall. The paintings—titled Welcoming the Newcomers and Resurgence of the […]

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iskwē is Co-Hosting a New YouTube series

FRIENDS of Canadian Broadcasting is launching The Chesterfield, a new video interview series about Canadian culture where notable Canadian artists reveal the Canadian art that inspires them. Hosted by songwriter and performance artist iskwē, and entertainment journalist Ben Rayner, The Chesterfield will premiere Tuesday, October 6, 2020 on YouTube and run weekly for 12 episodes. […]

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