Fireworks Set Off at Dua Lipa Concert in Toronto; Three People Injured

Toronto Police are actively investigating an incident at Scotiabank Arena where fireworks were set off during pop star Dua Lipa‘s concert last night. Three people are reported to be dealing with mild injuries. The incident occurred during the last song of the evening, and concert-goers have noted that Dua Lipa appeared startled when the fireworks […]

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Pope visiting Quebec to advance reconciliation with Indigenous People

Following Pope Francis’ apology last April for the “deplorable conduct” of members of the Catholic Church at residential schools, the Pope will be in Quebec from July 27-29 to advance action toward reconciliation with Indigenous People. Cree Grand Chief Mandy Gull-Masty expressed that while apologies from Pope Francis, especially on Canada’s colonized land is monumental […]

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Toronto’s First Indigenous Food Market Is Coming To Fort York This Week

Summertime in Toronto means three things: food, food, and more food! If you’re looking to get out and fill up on something new, you might want to check out Fort York. Every Wednesday from July 13 to October 5, Fort York will be hosting Toronto’s first-ever Indigenous Food Market in conjunction with Indigenous community organization Dashmaawaan […]

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Laura Niquay Receives TD Indigenous Songwriter Award

The SOCAN Foundation announced that Attikamek artist Laura Niquay is this year’s winner of the TD Indigenous Songwriter Award. She is being honored for her songs “Moteskano” and “Nicto Kicko”, both of which showcase her folk-grunge sound. Niquay will receive $10,000, as well as opportunities for career development. Additionally, five special distinction awards were given […]

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