Chris Dainty and Shannon Jamieson really connected as friends in high school.
They were both going to Vankleek Hill Collegiate Institute in the small town about an hour east of Ottawa.
They become close friends "because of art," Dainty said. "We had an art class together. A lot of
Emma Donoghue has dedicated her latest novel Akin to her teenaged son Finn. But it's more than a nod to his relationship with her.
Finn was the inspiration for one of the two protagonists in the book — a feisty, streetwise 11 year old named Michael
Disconnect from those who preceded us, from the land and water around us, from anything much bigger than just the fraught present, and life becomes a long, troubled sleep without a voice. Reconnect with those things, and our voice — which is who we are
More than 50 years ago, Ken and Margaret Harris were looking to reinvigorate the cultural traditions of their family and of the Gitxsan people of the Northwest coast of British Columbia.
As an elder and head Chief of the Royal Dakhumhast House of the Gitxsan, Ken
I’ve never played Rock, Paper, Scissors, which may explain my puzzlement over the popularity of the game, but an exhibition that’s titled Rock, Paper, Scissors — and made with them — well, that’s a hand worth playing.
The exhibition at L.A. Pai Gallery in the ByWard
The life and, more sensationally, the murder of Harry Oakes has been almost as glittering as the gold he uncovered in Kirkland Lake, Ontario in the early years of the 20th century.
His story has been told before, but the books and movies that have been
When NACO and the Canadian Opera Company asked Métis composer Ian Cusson to write a new soprano aria for Louis Riel, they gave him a nearly impossible task. I can just imagine how that offer was presented: “Oh, hey Ian, we want you to come
You’ve noticed that the world is a bit chaotic at the moment, right? Apparently the animation profession has noticed as well.
At least that’s artistic director Chris Robinson’s observation about the 2,400-plus entries for this year’s Ottawa International Animation Festival, running Sept. 25-29.
Reviewing those entries, “I
On Sept. 19, something that is not being performed on the Southam Hall stage is at the centre of an important precedent, says a Queen's University professor who is leading a push to have Indigenous songs repatriated from archives and museums to the communities from