Candace Maracle is Wolf Clan from Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. She has a master’s degree in journalism from Toronto Metropolitan University. She is a laureate of The Hnatyshyn Foundation REVEAL Indigenous Art Award. Her latest film, a micro short, Lyed Corn with Ash (Wa’kenenhstóhare’) is completely in the Kanien’kéha language.
Latest from Candace Maracle
Iñupiat musher takes 1st place at Alaska's Iditarod dog sled race
Ryan Redington, grandson of the founder of the Iditarod, was the first to cross the finish line of the 1,500 km dog sled race from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska. He is the sixth Indigenous dog sled racer to win the Iditarod.
New Survivors Secretariat logo features the apples Mohawk Institute students weren't allowed to eat
The Survivors' Secretariat has started a new campaign to introduce its logo and increase their social media presence.
Ojibway coffee company brews sweet new partnership with ice cream brand
Birch Bark Coffee Co., an Ojibway-owned company based out of Ottawa, recently teamed up with one of Canada's most iconic brands of ice cream to create a brew-ti-ful new flavour.
Winnie the Pooh, Wednesday Addams and a can of spam reinterpreted through an Indigenous lens
Indigenous artists are adding their own style to popular images and getting noticed.
As 1st language Kanien'kéha speakers dwindle, communities unite to revitalize the language
For nearly a decade, a language immersion program in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory documented sessions with first language speakers of Kanien’kéha to develop curriculum and help revitalize the language.
Nibinamik school's years-long fundraiser still short of funds needed for Toronto trip
The students of Nibinamik Education Centre have been fundraising for their year-end trip for three years since it was postponed in 2020 due to the pandemic. Now they're $20,000 short of their fundraising goal.
Indigenous-owned bakery prepares for Valentine's Day
Valentine's Day is one of the busiest times of the year for Port Dover's Urban Parisian bakery, co-owned by Seneca pastry chef Brad Lewis.
National Lacrosse League launches 2nd year of Every Child Matters campaign
Last month the National Lacrosse League launched its campaign in support of Every Child Matters for the second year.
Children's book brings elder and artist together to reconnect children with nature
Walking Together, a new book by Mi'kmaw elder Albert Marshall, describes for children the concept of 'two-eyed seeing.'
Comedian Don Burnstick uses humour to talk about hard issues
Thirty-eight years ago, Don Burnstick was sitting in rehab trying to figure out his life. He had to process the trauma and hurt he’d endured as a child. It was uncomfortable. It’s these experiences he draws from that make him so relatable to an Indigenous audience.