Since its humble beginnings back in 1998, Winnipeg's Graffiti Art Programming has been using hip hop to reach and inspire inner-city youth. In this exclusive feature, programs director Bob Veruela and local MC Charlie Fettah talk about the importance of arts, the power the music and more.

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Since its inception in 2006, the Aboriginal Music Performers Camp has helped fill a long-existing gap in the national music scene by providing indigenous artists an opportunity to develop their business skills and hone their artistic abilities. In this exclusive feature, we go behind the scenes with this year’s participants at Falcon Trails Resort in Manitoba.

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Based out of Winnipeg’s Broadway Neighbourhood Centre, Just TV is a program designed to engage youth through music and video in a safe and positive environment. In this behind-the-scenes feature, the youth and mentors talk about diversity, the annual showcase and more.

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Since its inception in 2006, AMP Camp has helped fill a long-existing gap in the national music scene by providing Indigenous artists an opportunity to develop their business skills and hone their artistic abilities. Meet the 19 artists participating in this year's edition.

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Since its inception in 2006, the Aboriginal Music Performers Camp has helped fill a long-existing gap in the national music scene by providing Indigenous artists an opportunity to develop their business skills and hone their artistic abilities. Here's what Gerri Trimble, program officer with Canada Council for the Arts, had to say about AMP Camp's history, purpose and more.

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"You don’t have to be a great musician, you just have to play something honest and make yourself kind of vulnerable while you’re doing it." ArtsCan Circle founder Mike Stevens on connecting with youth, hernias and more.

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Based out of Winnipeg’s Broadway Neighbourhood Centre, Just TV is a program designed to engage youth through music and video in a safe and positive environment. Now in its eighth year, the program provides mentorship from industry professionals including producer Murray Pulver and musician Jason Burnstick, and has helped launch the careers of local artists like Ila Barker, Ali Fontaine and Hera Nalam.

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For more than 15 years, ArtsCan Circle has provided instruments and mentorship to hundreds of at-risk youth in remote northern communities across Canada. In this exclusive interview, founder Mike Stevens talks about community-building, the power of music and more.

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