March 31st Is Indigenous Languages Day

March 31st is Indigenous Languages Day. To commemorate today, several members of the Canadian government, including Minister of Canadian Heritage, Pablo Rodriguez, the Minister of Indigenous Services, Patty Hajdu, the Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations, Marc Miller, and the Minister of Northern Affairs, Daniel Vandal, put out a statement. The statement reaffirmed “…the Government of Canada’s commitment to support[ing] Indigenous Peoples in reclaiming, […]

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Harry Styles Holds Scavenger Hunt In Downtown Toronto

Harry Styles is celebrating the announcement of his latest album, Harry’s House, with a series of scavenger hunts. A website that was launched alongside the album announcement included coordinates for a number of different cities, including Toronto. Those coordinates will guide fans to promotional posters for the new album, which drops on May 20th. Eagle-eyed […]

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Candy Crush Saga Among Finalists For Video Game Hall of Fame

Mobile developer King‘s Candy Crush Saga is among this year’s finalists for the Video Game Hall of Fame. Other finalists this year include Ubisoft‘s Assassin’s Creed, Minesweeper, Capcom‘s Resident Evil, and Nintendo‘s The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Voting will take place among a panel of international judges, as well as the general public. Members of the […]

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Celebrity Chef Roger Mooking on The Power of Music, Indigenous Cooking, and Ukraine Relief

In case you missed it, Mark and Jem were joined this morning by their first in-studio guest. Award-winning Celebrity Chef Roger Mooking joined them to talk about the power of music as a language, his experience cooking salmon on an Indigenous reservation outside of Seattle, and what he is doing for Ukraine relief efforts. You […]

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Ashley Callingbull of Enoch Cree Nation will make history once again

Ashley Callingbull will make history as the very first Indigenous woman to be featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated‘s swimsuit edition. Ashley is from the Enoch Cree Nation. In 2015, she was the first Indigenous woman to ever be crowned Miss Universe. She shared the news on Twitter on International Women’s Day: I’m so excited […]

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