Urumangi Generation explores ‘Indigenous resiliency’ and climate change in a cyberpunk setting

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Umurangi Generation is one of five games featured at this year's Night of the Indigenous Devs at the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival.

Tatiana Maslany says role in Marvel’s She-Hulk was only a rumour

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Tatiana Maslany says she won't be smashing her way through Marvel's She-Hulk series, insisting there's no substance to swirling rumours that she's signed to star in the upcoming Disney Plus project.

Artist plays music on synthesizer using only her mind

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The National Music Centre is preparing for an album recording session unlike any other. Emotions are being transformed into music with the help of a unique headset.

Amur tiger hugging a tree and other images from this year’s Wildlife Photographer of...

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A photograph of a rare tiger in a forest was the winning image in this year’s international Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. Here’s a look at the international winners, the Canadians recognized by the 2020 competition,...

Indigenous directors explore pandemic life through short films in NFB online project

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Two Indigenous directors have made short films about the COVID-19 pandemic that are being featured in a National Film Board of Canada online project called The Curve. 

Indie cinemas turn to popcorn, seat naming in latest COVID-19 shutdown

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Independent cinemas in Toronto and Ottawa are coming up with different ways to generate cash as COVID-19 restrictions force them to shut their doors for a second time.

Shares for company behind South Korea’s hit band BTS soar on Thursday amid COVID-19...

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Big Hit Entertainment's shares nearly doubled after their initial public offering netted more than $800 million US — an expected strong start given BTS' huge fan base.

Alanis Morissette’s Jagged Little Pill earns a leading 15 Tony Award nominations

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The nominations were pulled from just 18 eligible plays and musicals, a fraction of the 34 shows the season before.

Indigenous filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin wins $100,000 Glenn Gould Prize

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The 88-year-old member of the Abenaki Nation, who is also a musician, was selected by a jury of her peers in recognition of her dedication to chronicling the lives and concerns of First Nations people.

Singing in silence: How this Whitehorse choir is rehearsing during COVID-19

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The Whitehorse Community Choir is largely rehearsing over Zoom this year amid the COVID-19 pandemic. People sing with their microphones on mute to avoid the time lag.

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