Arts


Community is at the heart of a new documentary series by Kevin Settee that explores Indigenous life and culture on the shores of Lake Winnipeg.

  The Lake Winnipeg Project is a four-part National Film Board of Canada production that focuses on four different communities:… Read more »


Indigenous people can now reclaim traditional names on their passports and other ID

Long-awaited policy change follows Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s recommendation When survivor Peter Nakogee first went to St. Anne’s Residential School… Read more »


Ojibway Artist Patrick Hunter Teams up with Canada Canoe Paddles for a One-of-a-Kind Art Series

  June is Canada’s National Indigenous History Month and Ojibway artist Patrick Hunter is marking this year’s event with the… Read more »


CBC Podcast: Telling Our Twisted Histories

  On May 31, 2021 CBC announced the launch of Telling Our Twisted Histories, an 11-episode podcast series that reclaims Indigenous… Read more »

Host Kaniehti:io Horn

About APTN Indigenous Day Live 2021

APTN Indigenous Day Live 2021 | APTN In celebration of the 25th National Indigenous Peoples Day, APTN invites you to… Read more »


Margo Kane celebrates 20 years of the Talking Stick Festival and a career full of accomplishments in 2021

For over 40 years, Cree-Saulteaux performing artist, artistic director, writer and cultural worker, Margo Kane, has been a galvanizing force on… Read more »


The CODE Burt Award for First Nations, Inuit, and, Métis Young Adult Literature — 2019-2020 Winning Titles

Winner: Indigenous Language CategoryInconvenient Skinby Shane L. KoyczanTranslation into Cree by Soloman RattPublished by Theytus BooksArtwork:Joseph M. Sanchez (Illustrations),Jim Logan… Read more »


Art as Resistance: Indigenous musicians and their work

A series of conversations with Rise Ashen and Wolf Castle When many Canadians think of the music of First Nations… Read more »


Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto

For immediate release: March 21, 2019 Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto presents the most distinct and progressive Indigenous artists working in… Read more »


imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival Goes Online for 2020

The imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, the world’s largest Indigenous festival showcasing film, video, audio, and digital + interactive… Read more »