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It’s time to STAND UP! with Murray Porter

For Immediate Release: It’s time to STAND UP! with Murray Porter (Capilano Rez, North Vancouver, B.C.) In the spirit of righteous grass roots action, “STAND UP!”, Murray Porter’s third feature album was made with honest musical labour, community loyalty and undying passions from this Bluesman’s own heart. JUNO winner for `Aboriginal Album of the Year’ […]

by pmnationtalk on June 13, 201917 Views

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Vancouver park board adds SKOOKUM festival to annual calendar of major special events – Straight.com

June 11th, 2019 The SKOOKUM Music Festival is one step closer to making a comeback in 2020. Last night, the Vancouver park board voted to add it to the annual calendar of major special events. When it was held in September 2018 at Brockton Fields in Stanley Park, it attracted more than 50,000 attendees over […]

by ahnationtalk on June 11, 201925 Views

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Surrey Canada Day Expands with a Lineup of New Attractions

June 5, 2019 Surrey, BC – Surrey Canada Day, presented by Coast Capital Savings, announced today the lineup of new attractions guests can expect at this year’s free annual event. Returning to the Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre in Cloverdale, Canada Day celebrations begin at 10 am on Monday, July 1 and this year’s celebrations are […]

by ahnationtalk on June 6, 201929 Views

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THE GRIZZLIES now on 53 screens across Canada!

THE GRIZZLIES now on 53 screens across Canada! An online link is available for review/interview purposes. Based on a true story, Miranda de Pencier’s The Grizzlies is an inspirational drama about a group of Inuit students in the Arctic where, in 2004, suicide rates were the highest in North America. When rookie teacher Russ Sheppard […]

by pmnationtalk on May 8, 201924 Views

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The World’s Largest Annual Film Festival Celebrates 100 Years of Canadian Cinema!

TORONTO, April 2, 2019  – REEL CANADA today announced the sixth annual National Canadian Film Day (NCFD), celebrating 100 years of Canadian cinema, has been met with real Canadian enthusiasm. More than 1,000 screening events will take place in 600 Canadian communities and 25 countries, from the northern tip of Baffin Island to St. John’s, NL, […]

by ahnationtalk on April 4, 201961 Views

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UBC Mountain Film Festival uses the appeal of winter sports to revamp climate change narratives – Ubyssey Online

Feb. 20, 2019 UBC Mountain Festival, a film series co-hosted by The Environmental Sciences Students’ Association (ESSA), UBC Varsity Outdoor Club (VOC), UBC Ski & Board Club, and UBC Surf Club brings the topic of skiing and snowboarding with climate change, relationship to place, and Indigenous sovereignty to life. The event started as an idea […]

by ahnationtalk on February 20, 201941 Views

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Great Bear Rainforest: IMAX Film

February 13, 2019 The highly anticipated feature film, Great Bear Rainforest, will be screened this month at select IMAX cinemas in Vancouver, Victoria, Toronto and Sudbury. Directed by Ian McAllister, Executive Director of Pacific Wild, the film gives viewers from around the world a chance to see one of the planet’s most spectacular places, including its thriving […]

by pmnationtalk on February 14, 201951 Views

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Pride and the pen: Two bestselling B.C. authors reflect on success and Indigenous identity – Vancouver Sun

February 10, 2019 When Darrel McLeod set out for Yekooche, an isolated community 75 kilometres north of Fort St. James, to interview for a job, he was also on a quest to find himself. It was 1989. McLeod, raised in Smith, Alta., in a large Cree family, was teaching French immersion in an affluent Vancouver […]

by ahnationtalk on February 11, 201947 Views

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Tantoo Cardinal finally gets the recognition she deserves – Macleans.ca

Jan 3, 2019 The veteran Cree/Métis actor has spent most of her career in stereotypical Indigenous cameos. Now she’s the headliner. Tantoo Cardinal has sat around countless fires for the camera. Campfires in the forest and on the prairie, fires in teepees and cabins. And every one of them was fake, with silent propane flames […]

by ahnationtalk on January 3, 201970 Views

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Remembering Indigenous writer Richard Wagamese at launch of posthumous book – CBC

‘He opened doors for all of us who are Indigenous storytellers and writers,’ says author Monique Gray Smith Dec 09, 2018 Acclaimed Indigenous writer Richard Wagamese died at the age of 61 last year at his home in Kamloops, B.C., leaving his book Starlight unfinished. Starlight was finally released in August 2018, and a special […]

by ahnationtalk on December 10, 201867 Views

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