Archive for April, 2011
Friday, April 22nd, 2011
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It an all-music special on Bamoseda this weekend. Enjoy diverse tunes from the likes of Women’s hand-drum group Spiritwind, Rocker Derek Miller,Metis fiddler Calvin Vollrath and more.
Spiritwind – “Anduyaun” (CANCON)
Mishi Donovan – “Who I Am, Who You Are” (CANCON)
George Leach – “Indian Blues” (CANCON)
Fara Palmer – “Spoiled” (CANCON)
Edward Gambin – “Evil Hearted Woman” (CANCON)
Calvin Vollrath – “Red River Jig” (CANCON)
Shane Anthony – “Manitou” (CANCON)
JC Campbell – “Fortune ” (CANCON)
Derek Miller – “Beautiful Ocean” (CANCON)
Sunday, April 17th, 2011
The youngest person to be tasered by police is an 11-year-old Aboriginal boy.
Scotiabank issued a letter of apology to a youth representative of the Yinke Dene Alliance after a shareholder made derogatory remarks.
The First Peoples National Party of Canada is promoting inclusion in its campaign.
First Nations CountÊ – that’s a campaign by Assembly of First Nations to communicate First Nations issues and priorities to candidates in the federal election.
Your friends and loved ones can make you fat. That’s one finding out in the Journal of Aboriginal Health.
Mishi Donovan – Mountain Water (CANCON)
Arlette – Wolfgirl (CANCON)
JC Campbell – Our Lives (CANCON)
Saturday, April 9th, 2011
A family in Saskatchewan are desperately waiting to hear if the body of a family member will come from Nigeria.
The results of a survey by the Canadian Council for Aboriginal business are in.. and the outlook is good for Aboriginal business owners and entrepreneurs in the country.
There’s something different about an electronic billboard near the Burrard Street Bridge in Vancouver.. it’s the Digital Natives public art project.
The first Aboriginal dual credit university program has been deemed a success in Ontario.
And Antigone… an Aboriginal adapted play based on the Greek Tragedy went on despite a ban by Chief and Council at Poundmaker First Nation.
Jani Lauzon – Women’s Lament (CANCON)
Kimberly Dawn – One (CANCON)
Sandy Scofield – Money is the Goal (CANCON)
Saturday, April 2nd, 2011
The federal election is the hot topic in Bamoseda this weekend… well.. if you can call it a hot topic when there doesn’t seem to be much on party platforms to address Aboriginal issues. Hear from a pundit, Anishinabek politician and learn about a grassroots campaign to press for awareness on Aboriginal poverty.
A concerned member Chapel Island First Nation citizen is concerned about a fracking project in the Mi’kmaq territory.
Annie Mae Pictou Aquash would be 66 years old by now. She was a strong Mi’kmaq woman who was involved with the American Indian Movement, and was murdered in the winter of 1975. Film-Maker Cathy Martin has been commission by Nova Scotia’s lieutenant Governor as a speaker.. and Martin will be highlighting Annie Mae in her talk about strong Mi’kmaq women.
CerAmony – Looks like Change to Me (CANCON)
PI BoyzÊ – Aboriginal Justice (AUSTRALIA)
Asani – Rez Sister (CANCON)