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14 Manitoba nods for Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards – CBC News

Tanya Tagaq a real challenger for Polaris Music Prize. – Macleans

Tanya Tagaq lands on the Polaris long list. – ET Canada

Tanya Tagaq: "the great Doula of sonic consciousness". – Weird Canada

Tanya Tagaq inspires. – Huffington Post

Tanya Tagaq’s Animism is metal in spirit. – Invisible Oranges

The Bros. Landreth go up Slate Creek. – T4C

Not even the sky is the limit for the ultra-talented Keith & Renee. – Country 101.1

Eagle & HawkDesiree DorionRay St. Germain celebrate National Aboriginal Day. – NCI FM

Sierra Noble to play Halifax's National Aboriginal Day event. – The Chronical Herald

Dauphin’s Countryfest ready to celebrate a milestone. – Brandon Sun

Sweet Alibi sings through troubled times. – Saultstar

Sweet Alibi will have you laughing, singing along, and dancing. – The Arts Guild

Sweet Alibi heads to the Montreal Folk Festival. - Montreal Gazette

SC Mira infuses old sounds with new. – CBC News

Curtis Nowosad is a montser in waiting. – Winnipeg Free Press

Moses Mayes’ Nathan Reimer isn’t into ironic clothing. – Winnipeg Sun

Royal Canoe eating watermelon at Bonnaroo. – Rolling Stone

It’s never too late to talk about Royal Canoe. – North Shore News

Royal Canoe gives you another reason to head to Festival d'été de Québec. – Voir

In Saskatchewan? Don’t miss Royal Canoe at Jazz Fest. – Exclaim!

Campground community an important part of the Winnipeg Folk Festival experience. – Winnipeg Free Press

Fred Penner opens his doors but not his chandelier. – Winnipeg Free Press

Fred Penner helps celebrate Grande Prairie’s 100th birthday. – Daily Herald Tribune

Speaking of 100th birthdays, Elie blows out the candles with help from Jerry Sereda. – Portage Online

All aboard the festival express. – Winnipeg Free Press

Everyone in the time machine and go see Yes We Mystic at NXNE! – BlogTO

Welcome back to The (mighty) Duhks. – No Depression

The Duhks’ reunion long in the making. – Folk Alley

Have a free side of local music with your lunch in St. B. – ChrisD.ca

Brush up on your Polish and read about Venetian Snartes. – Uwolnij Muzykę!

Rejuvenated Burton Cummings Theatre bustling with acts. – CBC News

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