From June 15-17, the Sākihiwē Festival will showcase more than 20 Indigenous artists at various venues throughout Winnipeg. Get the details here.

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From March 23-25, we had the privilege of covering Canada's biggest music event of the year. Here's a look back at our time in Vancouver.

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Four weeks. Thirteen communities. Thirty-plus artists. One tour. Featuring artists from A Tribe Called Red and Lido Pimienta to Feist and July Talk, New Constellations is all of that and more.

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We recently caught up with Iskwé to talk all things music. Here’s what she had to say about touring, her creative process and more.

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From legends like Buffy Sainte-Marie to rising stars like DJ Shub, these names need to be on your radar.

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Iskwé records 'Give Me Some Room' at Hamilton's Catherine North Studios in Season 1 of DD Studio Sessions.

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In addition to mainstream headliners like Nelly Furtado, Daniel Lanois, Digging Roots, Classified, Taboo and Lightning Cloud, the celebration will feature sunrise ceremonies, round dances, multi-language entertainment and the first ever Inuit throat-singing choir.

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Festival du Voyageur 2017 showed a lot of love for local Indigenous talent. Here's a look back, featuring Leonard Sumner, Sierra Noble, Iskwé and more.

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Iskwé's marathon session at Hamilton's Catherine North Studios ran for more than 12 hours. Worth. Every. Second.

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Yellowknife may not be known as a musical hot spot, but once a year the community welcomes some of the top talent from across Canada at its Folk on the Rocks festival. Here's a look back at FOTR 2016 with Joel Plaskett, Tasman Jude, Jim Bryson, Iskwé, Lauren Mann, Diyet, Twin Flames, The Midnight Sons Band and A Tribe Called Red's Tim 2oolman Hill.

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