Annual Ottawa Indigenous Festival Goes Virtual This Year

Indigenous chefs and artisans are teaching the public their crafts in video tutorials and other online spaces. Each year in Ottawa the Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival is held in June to celebrate the traditions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis cultures of Canada. Typically, over several days, pow-wows, craft work shops, cooking shows and concerts…

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Halifax Only Apologized For Africville 10 Years Ago

Africville may be found in some history books but former residents know this chapter of Canadian black history is not truly over yet. While people are protesting against anti-Black violence all across the United States and the rest of the world these last two weeks, a “prayerful” protest was held on Sunday evening at Nova…

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This East Coast “Pink Church” Sells Vintage And Antique Treasures

But it is the stories of objects and people that make this boutique precious to the community. Nearly everything is in shades of white or pink and sparkles in a little room lined with windows at the base of The Pink Church‘s steeple. There are sequined handbags, lace gloves and vintage wedding gowns on display.…

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Poutine Râpée: Acadian Comfort Food

“When people say they’ve eaten poutine râpée, it’s an event.” Every region has its own comfort food—that dish that you just can’t wait to get back home to eat again. For Montreal, maybe it’s a smoked meat sandwich. Or in Newfoundland, the Jiggs’ dinner. For folks with Acadian roots, it’s likely poutine râpée.  Acadians, the…

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Itinerary For A Social Distancing Stay-cation

Ideas for the armchair adventurer during a pandemic. This March Break is an unusual one. In the last few weeks the coronavirus pandemic has spread quickly to Canada, hitting us hard and fast in two of our most prized cultural institutions – the NHL and Parliament. Hockey was promptly cancelled and the prime minister and…

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Fogo Island Inn Is What Happens When A Luxury Hotel Prioritizes Sustainability and Community

One of the most remote luxury inns in the world, Fogo Island Inn, was created by a tech entrepreneur to help preserve one of Canada’s older rural cultures. A spectacular glass haven built on stilts, Fogo Island Inn overlooks a salty, rocky and windswept subarctic landscape on its namesake remote Canadian island. The hotel is…

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