Category: Arts and Entertainment

Coyote’s Crazy Smart Science Show on APTN

Coyote’s Crazy Smart Science Show on APTN

Coyote’s Crazy Smart Science Show, a 13-part educational series, premiered on APTN February 11. But its inception came years ago in the Alberta Blackfoot community of Siksika. “Dr. Leroy Littlebear and his partner Amethyst First Rider were working with quantum […]

Rumble gets into the award rhythm at Sundance

Rumble gets into the award rhythm at Sundance

When it comes to passing on the past, Indigenous cultures do it through storytelling. So it shouldn’t come as a big surprise that the latest documentary by Montreal-based Rezolution Pictures would pick up a prize for doing just that. After […]

Sweets for Santa and everyone else

Sweets for Santa and everyone else

When it comes to baking, Christmas is prime time for those who like to make cookies, bars, brownies and other special sweets. Whether you are looking for a new take on an old classic or something truly special at your […]

Buen Clima and Tanya Tagaq at the Red Bull Music Academy in Montreal, September 24 to October 28, 2016 // Dan Wilton / Red Bull Content Pool  // P-20161001-01597 // Usage for editorial use only // Please go to www.redbullcontentpool.com for further information. //

Tanya Tagaq wows crowd at Red Bull Music Academy

A shoeless Tanya Tagaq appeared from backstage and the crowd paused in anticipation as she approached the microphone. She greeted audience members in a high-pitched, soft voice, then turned and asked the band, “Are you ready?” The second the rhythm […]

Shining on the big stage

Shining on the big stage

As the sun shines in their faces and the 1000-person crowd starts moving, the anxiety that had preceded the walk out to their stage marks melts away, leaving in its place a calm euphoric flow. “The sound is so big,” […]

MONTREAL, QUE.: August 7, 2016-- Volbeat perform during the second day of the 2016 Heavy Montreal festival at Parc Jean Drapeau on Sunday August 7, 2016.  (Tim Snow / EVENKO MANDATORY CREDIT)

The lighter side of Heavy & Heavy Mania

Downsizing – it happens everywhere, even to music festivals. That was certainly the case with the 2016 edition of Heavy Montreal, the metal and hard rock festival in the Parc Jean-Drapeau. Cut back to two days, a stripped-down HM chose […]

Jumping for joy at Osheaga

Jumping for joy at Osheaga

The three days of madness that marked Montreal’s Osheaga Music and Arts Festival didn’t disappoint the estimated 135,000 people who flocked to Parc Jean-Drapeau July 29 to August 1 to catch live performances from top musicians across all genres of […]

Whapmagoostui artists draw attention at Aboriginal arts exhibition

Whapmagoostui artists draw attention at Aboriginal arts exhibition

A recent art exhibit in Quebec’s Eastern Townships featured a mother-daughter duo from Whapmagoostui. Natasia and Saige Mukash stole the show during the month-long “Aboriginal Women’s Art: A Celebration” event at Studio Georgeville. While the two have similar upbringings, their […]