Manitoba's Lakes and Pines are everything you'd expect from an indie folk quintet - and so much more. Meet them here.

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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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A look back at Winnipeg Folk Festival's historic Native North America workshop featuring Duke Redbird, Eric Landry, Willy Mitchell, Willie Thrasher, Shingoose and local singer/songwriter William Prince. And of course the man whose vision made it all possible: Vancouver crate digger Kevin Howes.

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"It sounds cliché, but when I'm not making music I'm thinking about making music." Manitoba's Jade Turner on her new album, her life outside of music and more.

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From Aug. 9-12, we had the privilege of presenting Aboriginal Music Week's lunch-time concert series atop the Winnipeg Art Gallery. With performances by Jeremy Dutcher, Frank Yamma, David Morin and Eekwol, the music was as captivating as it was diverse.

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From Tuesday, Aug. 9 to Friday, Aug. 12, we had the privilege of presenting Aboriginal Music Week's AMW at Lunch series. Here's a look back at featured artists Jeremy Dutcher, Frank Yamma, David Morin and Eekwol.

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"I don’t sit around playing Candy Crush when I could be out there with my kids crushing injustice and inequality." Saskatchewan hip-hop artist Eekwol on activism, her influences and more.

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"Busking keeps me human. It keeps me grounded." Vancouver's David Morin on street performing, his Western Canadian Music Awards nominations and more.

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"I close my eyes and pretend I'm by myself rehearsing in my room." Australia's Frank Yamma on performing, touring and more.

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"Whether working with wax cylinders recordings or exploring phrases in Wolastoqey, so much of what I create stems from who I am as a Maliseet person." Toronto's Jeremy Dutcher on identity, language preservation and more.

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