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  • First Peoples Festival in Peril

    uploaded by: Cara Di Staulo

    channel: Isuma News

    Is it possible for First Nations to hold a festival worthy of the name in Québec’s metropolis?

    The Montreal Frist Peoples Festival asks the question a press release distriburted this morning as the Partenariat du Quartier des spectacles (the PQDS), a paramunicipal body that administers a major program in support of events in Montreal’s downtown core cultural district, decided to cut off all grants to the Festival for the year 2014.

    The PQDS claims that the First Peoples Festival lacks sufficiently innovative programming. This is a surprising attack on the Montreal event that has very successfully and continually transformed itself over the years. Since it moved its activities to the Quartier des spectacles, it has offered a brand-new formula that richly highlights First Peoples culture, art and diversity.

    First Peoples Festival is a First Nations’ multi-disciplinary festival, an event unique in its genre and presented yearly by the Terres en vues/Land Insights society for the last 24 years.

    Last year, the festival succeeded in balancing its budget without a deficit although the very day its program was launched, June 18 2013, the PQDS announced a drastic $50 000 cut to the Festival’s budget. This year the festival was been hit with a great blow that could prove to be fatal.

    The festival states that this new obstacle is a test of the commitment of city of Montreal and government stakeholders to make a place for First Nations culture in Quebec’s metropolis and to associate these with the many commemorations set for city’s 375th anniversary in 2017.

    Festival organizers are demanding that those granting funds to the PQDS, the City of Montreal first and then the government of Québec, must take action without delay to reinstate a funding for First Peoples Festival within a structure that can allow it to develop and thrive.

    Moreover, the festival is questioning the very way funding is delivered by the PQSD. Organizers believe that it is high time, as ethical choices, corruption and fair practices are in the spotlight in Montréal during the ongoing Charbonneau Commission, to review the governance of this paramunicipal body that oversees such important budgets.

     

    Source: Land Insights

     

    uploaded date: 03-03-2014

  • Inuusivut

    uploaded by: Qajaaq Ellsworth

    The Inuusivut Project is a national initiative of the Embrace Life Council and the National Inuit Youth Council. The primary objective of the project is to learn, document and share - through a variety of multi-media techniques - how Inuit perceive, express, develop, foster and promote mental health.

    uploaded date: 04-02-2010

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    uploaded by: IBC admin

    channel: IBC 3

    Program name: Amitturmiut
    Producer: Igloolik – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Zacharias Kunuk

    Segment 1: In 1989, Elders talk about shamanism and what they experienced. They talk about travelling to the spiritual world.

    Segment 2: People talk about their scary experiences. One man thinks he saw a qallupiluq (a sea monster).

    uploaded date: 20-01-2017

  • Kitikmeot Inuit Association Social and Cultural Development

    uploaded by: KitiaPrograms

     The Department of Social and Cultural Development is responsible for planning, developing and managing KIA programs and services that enhance Inuit Culture, Language and wellness.


    The Department is responsible for accessing third-party funding and ensuring programs and services offered reflect the needs of Beneficiaries.

    uploaded date: 25-04-2016

  • 28m 18s

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    uploaded by: IBC admin

    channel: IBC 2

    Program name: Inukshuk
    Producer: Baker Lake - Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Hugh Haqpik
    Segment 1: The life story of Henry Ford, who lives in Baker Lake.
    Segment 2: Jacob Ikinilik tells his life story.

    uploaded date: 07-02-2016

  • 28m 58s

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    uploaded by: IBC admin

    channel: IBC 2

    Program name: Takujuminaqtut / Takuyuminaqtut
    Producer: Rankin Inlet - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

    uploaded date: 05-02-2016

  • 28m 58s

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    uploaded by: IBC admin

    channel: IBC 2

    Program name: Takujuminaqtut / Takuyuminaqtut
    Producer: Rankin Inlet – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Leo Subgut
    Segment 1: George Arluk, a well-known carver, is shown carving.
    Segment 2: Jose Kusugak’s family go to gather mussels.
    Segment 3: Two ladies in Arviat cut up a seal.

    uploaded date: 05-02-2016

  • 29m 56s

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    uploaded by: IBC admin

    channel: IBC 2

    Program name: Takujuminaqtut / Takuyuminaqtut
    Producer: Rankin Inlet – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: John Ayaruak
    Segment 1: Chesterfield Inlet, Nunavut hosts the Regional Inuit Summer Games. Each community in the Keewatin sends representatives to compete in the games. There is also a traditional clothing fashion show.

    uploaded date: 04-02-2016

  • 28m 54s

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    uploaded by: IBC admin

    channel: IBC 2

    Program name: Takuyaksat
    Takuyaksat was a Baker Lake production involving cultural activities, storytelling, hunting, sewing, and legends.
    Producer: Baker Lake – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Jean Uqayuittuq
    Interviewer: Mike Gibbons

    uploaded date: 21-01-2016

  • 28m 53s

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    uploaded by: IBC admin

    channel: IBC 2

    Program name: Unnukkut
    Producer: Baker Lake – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Peter Tapatai

    Segment 1: William Noah from Baker Lake talks about the new arts building that is being built in Baker Lake.

    Segment 2: Esa Taraq from Baker Lake tells stories about when she was young.

    uploaded date: 20-01-2016