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Toronto History Museums launches virtual Awakenings program

The City of Toronto launched the Awakenings program – a virtual series of art projects by Black, Indigenous and artists of colour. Awakenings is a new program that will feature art projects that explore untold stories, awaken a new perspective and invite the public to join the conversation. The series is part of the City of Toronto’s efforts to […]

Canada: Black classical musicians are building supportive communities

Music has been significant for many during COVID-19 isolation, and in these same months Black musicians have amplified the momentum of the Black Lives Matter movement. While pop or hip hop music are genres whose agility and responsiveness make them natural sites for popular commentary, this threatens to neglect other arenas of music making. Some arts organizations in Canada have pledged […]

‘Schitt’s Creek’ and ‘Letterkenny’ are love letters to rural Canada

At the 72nd Emmy awards held on Sep. 20, Schitt’s Creek took home seven awards and set the record for most wins in a single season for a comedy series. The show has captured the popular imagination in ways that few pieces of CanCon have achieved outside our borders. Its quotable script and GIF-able ensemble of characters — featuring Canadian comedic […]

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