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  • we Festival hosts Two Indians

    we Festival hosts Two Indians0

    SIX NATIONS — As part of the Onkwehon:we Festival hosted by the Woodland Cultural Centre, the Gathering Place opened its doors to those interested in viewing the work of Playwright Falen Johnson in her play Two Indians. The work tells the story of the reunion of Roe and Win, two cousins of Mohawk descent that

  • Smoke Dance at the Onkwehon:we Festival

    Smoke Dance at the Onkwehon:we Festival0

    BRANTFORD — As part of the Onkwehon:we Festival, a Smoke Dance Competition was held on the grounds of the Woodland Cultural Centre on Sunday, June 17. Emceed by Adrian Harjo and Convened by Reese Hill, categories from tiny tots, juniors, teens and adults graced the circle with their full traditional regalia to dance to songs

  • It’s turtle saving season

    It’s turtle saving season0

    As soon as warm weather hits, many of us expect to see turtles out and about. But sometimes on their excursions or nesting ground hunts; roads, highways or trails can stand between the turtles and their intended destinations. In Ontario, you can’t go much farther than 1-2 kms without running into a road, and many

  • A Tribe Called Red rocks the Grand

    A Tribe Called Red rocks the Grand0

    SIX NATIONS — In partnership with Six Nations Tourism and Thru the Red Door, A Tribe Called Red added Oswe:ge to their Rez Tour 2018 and filled the sky with lights and the air with innovative sound in Chiefswood Park on Tuesday, May 29. Both Tim “2oolman” Hill and Ehren “Bear Witness” Thomas performed as

  • Toronto Hosts inaugural Indigenous Fashion Week

    Toronto Hosts inaugural Indigenous Fashion Week0

    TORONTO — Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto (IFWTO) launched its four-day festival on May 29, and brought a Trade and Consumer Marketplace to the Harbour-front Centre from Friday, June 1 to Sunday, June 3. While the festival featured a multi-platform event that hosted some of the most distinctive and progressive Indigenous-made fashion, textiles, workshops and crafts,

  • Michelle Farmer’s 43rd Studio Showcase shows local talent

    Michelle Farmer’s 43rd Studio Showcase shows local talent0

    BRANTFORD — Michelle Farmer’s Studio of Dance and Modelling presented the 43rd Annual Talent Showcase before a full house at BCI for two nights this weekend. “Tonight we displayed tap, ballet, jazz, lyrical, hip hop and our youngest dancer was two and our oldest dancers are in their fifties. So that’s a big span,” said