Inspired by the Indigenous Culinary Experience at the Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival in Ottawa
Finally! After 30 years the Ottawa Art Gallery has a new home.
Source: The Economist: Louie Kamookak died on March 22nd CBC: Louie Kamookak, Inuit historian and educator, has died Canadian Geographic: Remembering Inuit oral historian Louie Kamookak
Indian Horse, the movie, is about redemption, reconciliation and healing
A filmmaker reveals how an actor from Winnipeg was the voice of HAL 9000. Also in this week’s newsletter: readers’ thoughts about Facebook. Source: Why A.I. First Spoke With a Canadian Accent: The Canada Letter – The New York Times
Source: Sladen Peltier discusses his first feature film role in Indian Horse | Ottawa Citizen At the age of 11, Ottawa’s Sladen Peltier is fast becoming a pro on the red carpet. The youngster experienced another round of movie-star treatment at the Canadian Museum of Civilization on Tuesday, making an appearance along with the director, […]
Every year as soon as the sap starts to run, Willis boils it down into maple syrup.
As a doctor in the Northwest Territories, I know that residents do not always get the health care they deserve Source: The North Needs More Doctors · The Walrus
WWF-Canada’s Living Planet Report Canada shows that wildlife is on a troubling decline. You can check out the news and download the report here. Source: Living Planet Report Canada | WWF-Canada
Before fur and beer, fish was the economic engine of Canada.
In Yorkton, Saskatchewan First Nation students in grades 10 to 12 are learning how to build a tiny house … Source: From start to finish: First Nation students learn to build tiny homes | Globalnews.ca
Sorry, I couldn’t resist … The overall glowing story by writer Stephen Rodrick calls Trudeau “a progressive, rational, forward-thinking leader” who “overcame tragedy to become Canada’s prime minister.” Source: Justin Trudeau lands on the cover of Rolling Stone | Toronto Star