On Thursday October 24th, our guaranteed payout on game #7 is $25,000
The Gord Downie and Chanie Wenjack Fund was founded in 2016, with the goal of helping Canada's reconciliation efforts with Indigenous people. Listen to the Podcast here
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Our leadership, and our citizens, must take the time to consider whether First Nation participation in the cannabis industry is something that they want to pursue...
Plaintiffs say ancestors were deprived of land or money that was promised by the government through the scrip system in 1886 at Lac La Biche; in 1899 in Fort Chipewyan, Fort McMurray and Athabasca Landing; and in 1906 and 1907 at Ile a la Crosse and Portage La Loche and La Loche Mission.
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The Indigenous Music Countdown is hosted by Roz, who spotlights today’s best new Indigenous music. Listen Saturday nights at 9 on Windspeaker Radio
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Don Amero captivates audiences of all ages with powerful and expressive vocals, percussion‐style guitar play, and engaging storytelling. He is often called upon as a keynote speaker, and to deliver workshops for youth. His story inspires, and his message is one of encouragement, positivity and beauty. He continues to impress wherever he goes.
You can call Don Amero one of the hardest working independent musicians in showbiz today.
Since leaving his job as a hardwood flooring installer seven years ago to pursue music fulltime, the Winnipeg singer / songwriter has toured coast‐to‐ coast, appeared on national television, presented at festivals, performed with the symphony, showcased in New York City, been nominated for Canada’s most prestigious music awards, and played W. Brett Wilson’s The Garden Party.
Don’s musical style has been likened to John‐Mayer‐meets‐Keith‐Urban.
His four albums (Heart On My Sleeve, The Long Way Home, Deepening, Change Your Life) have generated nine national/international awards, and more than two dozen nominations, including the 2013 JUNO Awards.