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Myles Goodwyn, best known as the lead singer and guitarist for Canadian rock band April Wine, has released a new song and video related to the injustices of his homeland’s residential school...
Saskatoon rock band The Sheepdogs will donate a minimum of $15,000 annually over the next 10 years to help support and highlight various local charities, with a particular focus on organizations that...
The Tragically Hip will receive the Music Canada-sponsored Humanitarian Award at this year’s 50th annual Juno Awards ceremony. The Humanitarian Award recognizes outstanding Canadian artists...
Australian activist rock band Midnight Oil is supporting its 12th studio album, The Makarrata Project, with February and March performances in its homeland with First Nations Collaborators. The...
Singer/actor Tom Jackson hasn't let the global COVID-19 pandemic stop him from doing the 33rd annual Huron Carole charitable concert series. While the 72-year-old Companion of the Order of...
Executive chef Christa Bruneau-Guenther has launched Indigenous Feast Boxes, a fundraising campaign designed to support Indigenous chefs and their teams across Canada that are providing meal kits to...
Life in Attawapiskat, the isolated First Nation community on the western edge of James Bay, isn't easy. There was a suicide crisis in 2015-16 (an estimated 100 of Attawapiskat's 2,700...
Electronic "pow-wow-step" group A Tribe Called Red have released the new song "Land Back" to support the Wet’suwet’en nation in its ongoing conflict involving the...
Joaquin Phoenix used his Best Actor win at the 92nd Academy Awards held in Los Angeles, CA on Feb. 10 to speak out about animal rights, advocate for the fight against all forms of injustice, and to...
The widespread devastation from bushfires in Australia has reached unprecedented levels this season. Right now 2,700 firefighters and along with 3,000 army reserve and specialists have been activated...

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