Eager crowds usually gather this weekend across Quebec to watch a fabulous fireworks display for St-Jean-Baptiste Day, but this year the sky will remain dark because of the record wildfire season.
Every year on June 21, people gather across the country to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day, with ceremonies, music, dancing, and food. The day honours the culture and contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis people.
Sam Laprade speaks with an Indigenous Experiences cultural ambassador about what to expect at SSIF this National Indigenous People’s Day.
The Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival (SSIF) kicks off on National Indigenous Peoples Day (NIPD) – June 21 with a spectacular drone show
The Summer Solstice Indigenous Music Awards (SSIMA) took place at the National Arts Center in-person for the very first time since its inception on June 6th.
The Summer Solstice Indigenous Music Awards (SSIMA) at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa this Tuesday put the long overdue spotlight on the Indigenous artists that have always graced the stages of Turtle Island.
Logan Staats, Digging Roots and more also took home trophies at the 2nd bi-annual event
Juno-nominated singer-songwriter Aysanabee’s album Watin features his grandfather’s voice as interludes to his soulful concept music.
There are lots of fantastic events, activities, and more to experience this June 21! Here’s everything you need to plan your day.
Indigenous Music and Métis Art and Culture take Centre Stage at the 2023 Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival co hosted by Métis National Council
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