Outstanding show on offer at Espace Knox.
Short films from the Présence Autochtone Festival.
Andrew Potter’s controversial article and resignation raises questions about free speech.
Obomsawin’s film on Dr. Cindy Blackstock’s fight to provide equal services to children on reserves is subtle and powerful.
Gripping production an unflinching look at hard realities.
Annual festival features music, film, storytelling, and art by First Nations from around Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and the world.
Part III of our exploration of Quebec’s aboriginal communities. Part of an ongoing series about Quebec History.
Part II of a presentation on Quebec’s First Nations and Inuit communities. Part of an ongoing series about Quebec history.
On our journey through Quebec history, we take a look at Quebec’s eleven aboriginal groups.
We take a look at the vocabulary surrounding Canada’s First Nations and Inuit communities.
We explore what Quebec was like in its prehistory stage, up until the First Nations who settled in the area.
Interview with Joseph Boyden a special opportunity to hear about his craft and bask in his optimism.
Incredible Dora award winning show puts a First Peoples and LGBT spin on Romeo and Juliet.
The lead actor speaks on the problems youths face in First Nations communities
We are all fighting a challenging war on many fronts. Now is not the time for apathy.
Métis elder Ron Evans doesn’t tell stories in a conventional sense.
Now hear this! The best storytellers from Canada and Quebec are coming to town to pour honeyed nectar into your imagination.
A large group of concerned individuals turned out to march in memory of the missing and murdered aboriginal women.