Piegan Blackfeet Actress Lily Gladstone Wins Golden Globe For Killers of the Flower Moon

Piegan Blackfeet actress Lily Gladstone made history at the 2024 Golden Globes on January 7th. Gladstone became the first Indigenous actress to win a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama for their performance in Martin Scorsese‘s latest film, Killers of the Flower Moon. Gladstone, who stars as Osage woman Mollie […]

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PDSB Centre for Indigenous Excellence Learn Traditional Birch Bark Canoe

Peel District School Board, Maawnjidiing Wiingushkeng Centre for Indigenous Excellence and Land-Based Learning, learn how to build a traditional birch bark canoe at the Heartlake conservation area with teaching by Chuck Commanda  Inspired by land-based learning, as a way of earning credit accumulation for indigenous students, the Maawnjidiing Wiingushkeng Centre offered students of the PDSB […]

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The “Revolution” of Shawnee Kish

Shawnee Kish is a Mohawk Canadian singer-songwriter from Welland, Ontario. Kish is a two-spirited artist, who is open and honest with her fans about the struggles of growing up and finding herself.   Kish started out as a Shania Twain impersonator. In 2020, Kish won CBC Music‘s Searchlight competition propelling her career.   Kish has released her […]

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NEW SHOW ALERT: Join Missy Knott for Pass The Mic Every Sunday Starting October 22

Join Curve Lake First Nation‘s Missy Knott every Sunday from 12pm to 3pm for Pass The Mic, Elmnt fm’s newest show dedicated to amplifying Indigenous voices. Come hang out with Missy, along with some of your favourite Indigenous artists, as they talk about music, issues, and anything else that’s on their mind. Whether you want […]

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INTERVIEW: Brittlestar on Social Media and “The Stupidpocalypse”

Stewart Reynolds, better known on the internet as Brittlestar, is an internet comedian with over 27,000 subscribers on YouTube, and over a thousand videos on social media. His new book, “Welcome to The Stupidpocalypse: Survival Tips for the Dumbageddon” was released last month, and has become the #1 Most Gifted book in Humorous Essays on […]

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TIFA Kids: Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada

The Toronto International Festival of Authors is hosting an Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada event. This Educational event will take place at the Harbour Front Centre on September 30 at 10:30 am – 6 pm   The TIFA has created this creative and educational event as a way to give children a sense of place when discussing […]

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