Archive for March, 2010

TIM HORTONS HOCKEY DAY IN CANADA will broadcast an NHL game in the language of Inuktitut | January 30, 2010

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

For the first time ever, TIM HORTONS HOCKEY DAY IN CANADA (January 30, 2010) will broadcast an NHL game in the language of Inuktitut. The 2 p.m. ET game featuring Ottawa and Montreal will be called by CBC North broadcaster Charlie Panigoniak as part of TIM HORTONS HOCKEY DAY IN CANADA. Inuktitut-language broadcasts will be available to Bell TV subscribers on channel 249, and Shaw Digital Cable subscribers on channel 333. All broadcasts will also be available live and on-demand at CBCSports.ca.

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Home and Native Games

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

Originally broadcast on CBC News Network, January 11, 2010

Aboriginal culture is a big theme at the Games, but while four BC First Nations may be getting ready to welcome the world, not everyone is celebrating
Rome wasnt built in a day!

Nisga’a Knitwear

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

Originally broadcast on CBC News Network, February 19, 2010

Eagles, ravens and whales decorate Olympic apparel and showcase a proud heritage and artistic enterprise at Kootenay Knitting
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Red Road Forward: Part 1

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

Originally broadcast on CBC News Network, March 3, 2010

In Part 1 of Red Road Forward, former students discuss memories of the residential school on Gordon First Nation, Carol Morin reports.
this is bogus, who would think

Tuberculosis: Inuit at risk

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

Originally broadcast on CBC’s The National, March 10, 2010

Canada’s Inuit have a TB rate 185 times higher than others born in the country. Native leaders held a news conference to highlight the problem.
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Who do we think we are?

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

Originally broadcast on CBC’s The National, March 15, 2010

One in three Canadians believe aboriginal people and Muslims are discriminated against, a CBC-commissioned poll suggests
this is bogus, who would think

Funding fails native students

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

Originally broadcast on the CBC News Network, March 15, 2010

MacDonald-Laurier Institute, an Ottawa think tank, says money for education should go directly to aboriginal youth.
and i though i was the only one to see it this way

2010-03-06 Ardent advocate

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

A humanitarian, activist, wordsmith and musician Kathy Mills is a Koongurrukun/Gurindji woman who over her many years has carved a place in the North Australian Indigenous psyche. She shares some of her personal story with one of her grandsons, Awaye!´s Rico Adjrun.
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2010-03-13 Nabarlek, Christian Thompson & Aunty Elaine Russell

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

A garage band that never had a garage, Nabarlek is back on the road after temporarily leaving their home in the stone country of Arnhem Land while in the sandstone city of Adelaide, the expatriate artist Christian Thompson has produced a sound installation incorporating his Bidjara language. Aunty Elaine Russell is a storyteller who paints her memories; of a childhood spent on the Murrin Bridge mission and the shack her dad built, with a million-dollar view, at the Aboriginal settlement at La Perouse.
so interesting

2010-03-20 Ngurrumilmarrmiriyu

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

From kicking up the dust on their remote homeland of Elcho Island off the tip of north-east Arnhem Land, The Chooky Dancers have joined with director Nigel Jamieson to create a new theatrical work, Ngurrumilmarrmiriyu (Wrong Skin), about the power of Yolngu law and kinship set against a backdrop inspired by Hollywood, Bollywood and Shakespeare´s star-crossed lovers.
this is bogus, who would think