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Earth Day and Sex: Watch Director’s Cut of Documentary on Global Population and the Environment, Livestreamed
What is the true cost of overpopulation on the environment?...
Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival Showcases CBC's 8th Fire and Dozens of Others
Is it possible to move forward after 500 years of strained relationships often shot through with antipathy?...
Buffy Sainte-Marie, Cutting-Edge Art Highlight imagineNATIVE Festival
Aboriginal filmmakers, musicians and other artists have descended upon Toronto this week for the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival , the world's largest indigenous media art...
First Peoples' Festival Featured Indigenous Culture in a Cityscape
Gale Courey Toensing
MONTREAL—The Montreal First Peoples’ Festival—the city’s signature celebration of indigenous peoples’ art, history and cultures—took place in a brand new outdoor festival space tha...
Political Party! Celebrating UNDRIP and Indigenous Culture in Montreal
Gale Courey Toensing
For more than two hours on a sunny summer morning in early August, hundreds of young men and women, wearing elaborate headdresses, intricately beaded, ribboned and appliquéd regali...
Inuit-themed Short Screens at Toronto Film Festival
An Inuit woman escaping abuse, an indigenous-descended Hawaiian family coming to grips with its secrets, and a First Nations–perspective analysis of the 1939 classic Stagecoach are...
Inuit Leader and a Filmmaker Receive Northern Medals
An Inuit leader and a filmmaker have received the Northern Medal from the Governor General’s office. The award was created in 2005...
Closer Look: Montreal Fest Short Subject Winners
MONTREAL—A lost Navajo sheepdog and a Maori gang member who decides to take a day off would not on the surface of things seem to have much in common...
Film Winners Abound at Montreal First People’s Festival
A lost Navajo sheepdog. An Amazonian Tribe, 15 years later. A Tlinlit entrepreneur...
Tributes to the Life and Times of Gordon Tootoosis
First Nations actor, politician and mentor to many Gordon Tootoosis died at age 69 on July 5, and he is being remembered fondly around the Web...
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