You can use your smart phone to browse stories in the comfort of your hand. Simply browse this site on your smart phone.

    Using an RSS Reader you can access most recent stories and other feeds posted on this network.

    SNetwork Recent Stories

S Arts Culture

Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

Skyborn: A Land Reclamation Odyssey intertwines magical storytelling with Indigenous … – The Peak

Skyborn: A Land Reclamation Odyssey intertwines magical storytelling with Indigenous cosmology to create an incredible play Directed by Kim Senklip Harvey, Skyborn: A Land Reclamation Odyssey is a one-woman play where actor Quelemia Sparrow acts out the characters of a granddaughter and her grandmother, with brief appearances as her mother, father, and sister. If this […]

by ahnationtalk on February 6, 202012 Views

Read More
Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

Cree chef Shane M. Chartrand shares his culture in tawâw: Progressive Indigenous Cuisine – Straight.com

Cookbook features recipes that draw on Indigenous, European, and Asian techniques and ingredients When Edmonton-based Cree chef Shane M. Chartrand is asked what “progressive Indigenous cuisine” means to him—the phrase being the subtitle for his new cookbook, tawâw—he says it’s food that’s constantly evolving. Tawâw isn’t intended to be a definitive representation of First Nations […]

by ahnationtalk on February 5, 202016 Views

Read More
Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

New art at SFU’s Surrey campus to showcase Indigenous ways and build community – SFU News

January 31, 2020 SFU’s Artist-in-Residence—Laiwan, a Vancouver interdisciplinary artist and SFU alumnus—is creating a new process-based and site-specific work of art to be housed amidst the busy engineering labs, lecture theatres and classrooms of the university’s new building at the Surrey campus. The permanent art piece will speak to sustainability—the theme of the new School […]

by ahnationtalk on January 31, 202023 Views

Read More
Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

There is truth here’: Residential and day school student artwork displayed at exhibit – Anglican Journal

January 31, 2020 In 1960, a child named Jim Wastasecoot painted a picture. Originally from Peguis First Nation, Jim was around 10 years old and a student at Mackay Dauphin Residential School in Manitoba, run by the Anglican Church of Canada, when he created his painting. Fifty-five years later, Jim Wastasecoot, now a father and […]

by ahnationtalk on January 31, 202023 Views

Read More
Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

Metis carver builds York boat at Fort Langley National Historic Site – CBC

As he assembles each piece, Pat Calihou is reviving his family’s forgotten culture Jan 28, 2020 When you think about Indigenous art, you might think of welcome poles, plaques or masks. But how about York boats? York boats were the traditional watercraft used by Metis and voyageurs for the Hudson’s Bay during the 1700s for […]

by ahnationtalk on January 28, 202017 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

City of Richmond: Get creative at the Children’s Arts Festival

21 January 2020 Brighten the last sliver of winter by setting your little artist’s imagination free at the 12th Annual Richmond Children’s Arts Festival on Family Day, Monday, February 17. This year’s festival, presented by Lansdowne Centre, will see the Richmond Cultural Centre (7700 Minoru Gate) transformed into a creative space for children ages three […]

by ahnationtalk on January 22, 202023 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

It should have never, ever have happened’: BMO CEO apologizes for arrest of Indigenous customers – BNNBloomberg.ca

The chief executive of Bank of Montreal is apologizing for an incident in which an Indigenous man and his 12-year-old granddaughter were handcuffed at one of the bank’s Vancouver branches last month. “This is an unfortunate situation from start to finish. It should never, ever have happened,” Darryl White told BNN Bloomberg’s Amanda Lang Monday. […]

by ahnationtalk on January 21, 202020 Views

Read More
Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

A Copy Editor’s Education in Indigenous Style – TheTyee.ca

Journalists’ word choices are shaped by colonialism. Here’s how The Tyee is changing that. At The Tyee, I’m the last person to read the stories before you do. They come to me after they’ve been prepped by an editor: headline, check; author bio, check; story art: check. I do a last run-through to catch lingering […]

by ahnationtalk on January 17, 202020 Views

Read More
Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

‘They are erasing our history’: Indigenous sites buried under Coastal GasLink pipeline infrastructure – The Narwal

As the hereditary chiefs of the Wet’suwet’en fight to stop the controversial $6.6 billion natural gas pipeline, the very landscape and cultural artifacts they aim to protect are being logged and bulldozed away According to Wet’suwet’en oral history, the Kweese War Trail is lined with the buried bodies of warriors who lost their lives avenging […]

by ahnationtalk on January 15, 202017 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

Parks Canada and Canada Post celebrate the 100th anniversary of Kootenay National Park’s establishment

From: Parks Canada New From Far and Wide stamp series commemorates iconic locations throughout Canada including Floe Lake in Kootenay National Park. January 13, 2020 Radium Hot Springs, BC Parks Canada Agency Parks Canada celebrated the start of Kootenay National Park’s 100th anniversary today in the Village of Radium Hot Springs. In the presence of […]

by ahnationtalk on January 13, 202025 Views

Read More

NationTalk Partners & Sponsors Learn More