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Identify: A Celebration of Indigenous Arts and Culture

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Identify: A Celebration of Indigenous Arts and Culture September 2017- December 2018 “The main focus of this concept is two overlapping circles. The blue/green circle is representative of the past: the ancestors of our province’s Indigenous people within whom our traditions are rooted. The orange/pink circle is representative of the present: our vibrant cultures still… Read More


Monthly Film Screening

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Throughout 2018 as part of our ‘Landless Band’ Project, the last Sunday in every month Eastern Edge will be hosting an Indigenous film screening. Join us on January 28, 2018 for: Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance Directed by: Alanis Obomsawin ”Delve into the action of an age-old struggle as Alanis Obomsawin spends 78 tense days… Read More


Indigenous enough?

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Just over a week before Flotilla, I drafted and deleted about five different emails to Philippa at Eastern Edge. In them, I explained to her why I couldn’t attend the event in PEI anymore. I was convinced I had nothing to say worth sharing. And I was feeling as though I wasn’t Indigenous enough to… Read More


THE LAY OF THE LAND: Logan MacDonald

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Opening Reception: October 27, 2017- 7- 9 pm   MacDonald traveled to First Nation communities experiencing corporate and government encroachments on their land. Focusing on, documenting methods First Nation communities employ to enforce their borders. Among the members of the recently registered Mi’kmaq Qalipu First Nation band, MacDonald was drawn to this research as a… Read More