The Canadian Government releases social gathering guidelines

With easing restrictions across the country, the Canadian government has released social gathering guidelines for people who are not vaccinated, partially vaccinated or fully vaccinated. It outlines various indoor and outdoor activities or settings and what is an appropriate course of action. The guidelines discuss whether a mask and physical distancing is required. Find them […]

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The 2021 Indspire Awards honouring 12 Indigenous trailblazers

The Indspire Awards are back to honour 12 First Nations, Métis and Inuit trailblazers. This year, the awards are introducing a new format, which will introduce you to all of the recipients in a more intimate way. The twelve recipients, listed below, will be honoured for various achievements. Lesley Hampton – Youth Recipient Mitchell MacDougall – […]

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ELMNT FM and SSIF commemorates the Grand Opening of the Mount Dennis Aboriginal Child and Family Center in Toronto

The Native Child and Family Services of Toronto will be celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day with a virtual grand opening of the new Mount Dennis Aboriginal Child and Family Center.  Located at 1290 Weston Road in York, this new centre will serve as a place for children, parents and caregivers to participate in cultural programs […]

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TIFF Rings in Indigenous History Month with free screenings this weekend

You can take in films by Indigenous directors and creatives this weekend at TIFF’s digital Bell Lightbox. The series, Stories are Power: Films from Indigenous Creators is streaming from June 18th-20th. It features Vai (2019), SG̲aawaay Ḵ’uuna (Edge of the Knife) (2018), The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open (2019), The Book of the Sea (2018) […]

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