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  • To spin or not to spin

    To spin or not to spin0

    From Pie Face to Hatchimals, toy trends tend to take off without warning and without much explanation — the imaginations of youth mold the toy world as they fuel the toy economy. In past years there have been many honourable mentions of toys that flew off of the shelves such as, Tickle Me Elmo and

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  • Iroquois Spirit Game

    Iroquois Spirit Game0

    Written by Chezney Martin with notes from Jayson Koblun The sports community and rest of the Turtle Island is eagerly awaiting the release of the documentary film Spirit Game: Pride of a Nation, a film centered around the creation of lacrosse. The film features the likes of the Thompson brothers, Oren Lyons, Bill Belichik and

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  • Up and coming First Nations artwork exhibit underway

    Up and coming First Nations artwork exhibit underway0

    BRANTFORD – With the renovations at the Woodland Cultural Centre still ongoing and the Walking Together exhibit closing on May 2, you might be wondering what’s coming next. As one of the most anticipated exhibits, the First Nations Artwork (FNA) exhibit will open on Friday, May 26, at 7 p.m. (The Opening Reception has been moved

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  • Entertainment Briefs, April 19 2017

    Entertainment Briefs, April 19 20170

    There was a free film screening of “The Pass System” last week. From the Northwest Resistance of 1885 and for more than 60 years, the Canadian Government denied many indigenous peoples of the prairies the basic freedom to leave their reserves, all the while knowing there was no basis in law for the policy. This investigative

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  • Mohawk language video game free on Apple and Android

    Mohawk language video game free on Apple and Android0

    MONTREAL – Rivet Rampage, the video game based on APTN’s hit documentary series Mohawk Ironworkers is now available for both iOS and Android devices. Get the app for free on the Apple App and Google Play stores. Rivet Rampage is a single-player game that puts you in the role of a Mohawk ironworker. You are tasked with building one of the most

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  • JUNO Awards recognize indigenous content

    JUNO Awards recognize indigenous content0

    OTTAWA — It was a strong win for indigenous talent in Canada at the JUNO Awards Sunday night. The awards were handed out at a televised ceremony in Ottawa. A Tribe Called Red took home the Jack Richardson Producer of the Year award. Alternative Album of the Year was awarded to Julytalk for their Jukasa

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