The People's Voice: National Indigenous Peoples Day
Reclaimed is the home to the next wave of Indigenous music on CBC. Combining past, present and future this series explores the many worlds of Indigenous music and introduces listeners to a new generation of Indigenous artists reclaiming their culture through music and song -- Reclaimed honours National Indigenous Peoples Day by sharing Indigenous voices from across the country. You’ll hear an uplifting collection of Indigenous songs chosen by leading Indigenous musicians, artists, writers, and community members—and the stories of why they matter and why they resonate for all Canadians and Indigenous Peoples. Reclaimed passes the mic for a people-powered soundtrack to the celebration!
Virtual events, scavenger hunts mark National Indigenous Peoples Day in cities across Manitoba
As the sun rose on the longest day of the year, a traditional summer solstice sunrise ceremony took place in the northern city of Thompson, Manitoba. "We wanted everyone to be aware of the day, the diversity of our people, the humour of our people and the love that our people give," said Shyanna Lynxleg.
The faces of National Indigenous Peoples Day in London
Thousands took to the Wortley Village Green in London to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day. Here are just a few who proudly wore their regalia.
Windsor artist opens up new shop selling Indigenous artwork
Mark Peltier sells original artwork made by him and other local Indigenous artists in his new store on Windsor's Ottawa Street.
Northern Ontario First Nation celebrates community during National Indigenous Peoples Day
Neskantaga First Nation is showing how tight-knit of a community it is on National Indigenous People’s Day.
What does National Indigenous Peoples Day mean to you?
People from across Thunder Bay and Fort William First Nation weigh in on the significance of June 21.
The Grandmother Earth Dress: her 'strong presence' gives healing to families of MMIWG
Although the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls has issued its final report, the Grandmother Earth Dress will continue her work, says her creator, Collin Graham, a community development program manager with the Ontario Native Women's Association in Thunder Bay.
Here's how to mark National Indigenous Peoples Day in and around Waterloo region
From sunrise ceremonies to afternoon and evening celebrations, film screenings and workshops, there are multiple ways to mark National Indigenous Peoples Day on Friday.
'Inclusive innovation' key to preserving endangered Indigenous languages
If done right, technology can play a crucial role in the preservation of endangered Indigenous language and culture. But innovation needs to be inclusive, Kelsey Leonard of the Shinnecock Indian Nation told the True North conference this week.
Work underway to create a new generation of Anishinaabemowin speakers
For Chance King, speaking and learning his traditional language of Anishinaabemowin or Ojibwe means everything.
Anishinaabe man honours his ancestors by creating graduation regalia
"I've always been fascinated with our own clothing as an Anishinaabe, but specifically from the early 19th century."
London art mentorship program connects youth with Indigenous roots
Rezonance is a three to four month-long program that operates out of an arts incubator in the Old East Village with the help from two screen printing companies.
Granddaughter of hockey legend George Armstrong launches Indigenous youth hockey camp
28-year-old Kalley Armstrong is launching a training camp for Indigenous youth hockey players.
Indigenous professor shakes up the English curriculum at University of Windsor
Sandra Muse Isaacs's personal struggle to identify with characters in historic literary classics influenced her to rewrite some of the English literature curriculum at the University of Windsor, which now reflects the abundance of Indigenous novels in Canada.