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Ontario Birchbark

Ontario Birchbark

Launched in 2002. A publication specifically designed to serve the Indigenous people of Ontario.

  • March 5, 2002
  • Abby Cote, Windspeaker Contributor, Toronto

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On Feb. 23, 2002, a new production company called Red Sky is presenting the Canadian premiere of the stage adaptation of Tomson Highway's new children's book "Caribou Song," with music supplied by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.

"This type of multi-disciplinary body of work has never happened before. Never before have Native people been involved in a production that鈥

  • March 5, 2002
  • L.M. VanEvery, Windspeaker Contributor, Chiefswood

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Cree author Richard Van Camp was a guest at the home of E. Pauline Johnson for a book reading and signing hosted by the Writers of Six Nations and the Chiefswood National Historic Site on Dec. 8. This was his fourth stop on a book tour that covered Ottawa, Toronto and Six Nations of the Grand River.

Van Camp was promoting his fourth book, entitled Angel Wing Splash Pattern鈥

  • March 5, 2002
  • Abby Cote, Windspeaker Contributor, Toronto

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Marie Gaudet is president of Gaa-dibaatjimat Ngaashi: Stories From My Mother Inc., an Aboriginal-owned company specializing in Native language and cultural development.

Her commitment to traditional language had led her to create three in a series of four children's books based on her mother's life experiences. The first book is titled, "MOO IISIKAAG! (nii-psikaag)-The鈥

  • March 5, 2002
  • Jolene Davis, Windspeaker Contributor, Pikangikum

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Where would you start if someone asked you to think about your country and, using the Canadian flag as a starting point, make a piece of art to express your feelings? This is exactly what was asked of some students at Eenchokay Birchstick school in Pikangikum.

It was also asked of the students at Upland District High School in the United States, but they were to use the鈥

  • March 5, 2002
  • Jamie Monastyrski, Windspeaker Contributor, Toronto

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Whether yours was a thirst for bloody horror films, a hunger for docu-dramas or a hankering for obscure experimental videos, the second annual ImagineNATIVE Media Arts Festival had something for everyone's taste. Add to the mix educational workshops and informative panels and even the savviest of film lover was kept salivating.

Billed as the nerviest of film festivals by鈥

  • March 5, 2002
  • Chief Ralph Akiwenzie, Chippewas of Nawash

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Guest Columnist

"This we know: Man did not weave the web of life; he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself."

-Chief Seattle in 1854 trying to get the president of the United States to understand the Native point of view.

The ethic expressed so well by Chief Seattle more than 100 years ago might be expressed in terms of the鈥

  • March 3, 2002
  • Bert Crowfoot, Publisher

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Welcome to our premiere issue of Windspeaker Ontario, a publication for and about the Aboriginal people of Ontario.

Windspeaker Ontario is published by the 六肖中特期期准 (六肖中特期期准), which also publishes, Windspeaker, Alberta Sweetgrass, Saskatchewan Sage, B.C. Raven's Eye and Buffalo Spirit.

We have often been asked when 六肖中特期期准 would produce a鈥

  • March 3, 2002
  • Abby Cote, Windspeaker Contributor, Mnjikaning (Rama)

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For the Ronnie Douglas Blues Band, winning the Canadian Aboriginal Music Award for Best Jazz or Blues Album for the second time- the first time was in 1999-was that much sweeter because they were the hometown boys.

"Winning here in our community with our families and friends in attendance was really great, because it gave them the opportunity to share it with us. After all鈥