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Stone images reflect Indigenous cultures

Stone artwork has been a part of Turtle Island for centuries, and a new exhibit celebrates the Indigenous artists engaged in the work. (Courtesy Akefen. Musee de la Civilisation) The Musée de la civilisation launched an online exhibit last Thursday called Images on Stone, highlighting the ancient rock art in Canada

Engines are hot, air is cold, it’s time to race

Catch him if you can. Derek White drove his iconic no. 99 around the track to a first place finish on the day in the RWD category, as ice racing season has begun. (Natalia Fedosieieva, The Eastern Door) Around 20 cars hurtled and slipped around the track last Saturday, as the

Reviving Kanehsatà:ke Radio moving toward dials

Mike Mathieu, Alex Beaupré, and Sylvain "Syd" Gaspé are part of the Reviving Kanehsatá:ke Radio group looking to get the community's voice back on the airwaves. (Natalia Fedosieieva, The Eastern Door) The second Reviving Kanehsatà:ke Radio (RKR) meeting was held in the United Church in Kanesatake Tuesday, to provide an update

Missing and murdered dialogues in Quebec

Melanie Morrison, commissioners Michèle Audette, Gerri-Lee Mcpherson-Pangman and Corley McPherson in Quebec. (courtesy Melanie Morrison) The national inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) started a series of the guided dialogues to identify gaps in truth gathering process and to develop specific recommendations for the final report last

Honouring life and legacy of a local saint

The McGill Chamber Orchestra (MCO) and Indigenous producers after their performance at the St. Francis Xavier Mission. From left to right: Alejandro Ronceria, choreographer, Mohawk violinist Tara-Louise Montour, Boris Brott, artistic director and MCO conductor, Indigenous dancer Julianne Blackbird, Mohawk actress Kennedy Bomberry, and Odawa composer Barbara Croall. (Natalia Fedosieieva, The

Workshop, panel embrace Indigenous stories

An Indigenous storytelling roundtable with Cherie Dimaline, Tharonhianente Barnes and Jessica Deer during the Turtle Island Reads event at McGill University in Montreal. (Natalia Fedosieieva The Eastern Door) Readers, Indigenous authors and advocates gathered Wednesday night for the third annual edition of Turtle Island Reads (TIR) at McGill as part of the

Quebec Solidaire pledges support for Indigenous groups

Tanya Sirois, the RCAAQ executive director wants more political parties vying for power in next week's provincial election to prioritize Indigenous issues. (Courtesy RCAAQ) With the provincial election campaign season entering its final week, the Native Friendship Centres of Quebec expressed their concerns about the political parties’ attitude towards urban Indigenous people’s

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