The 2017 Canadian Folk Music Awards feature a total of seven Indigenous nominees in four categories. Meet them here.

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Ottawa hip hop artist Cody Coyote talks about the power of storytelling, working on his new album and his hope for a better Canada.

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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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What. A. Weekend. In addition to an epic opening performance by A Tribe Called Red featuring Tanya Tagaq and Black Bear Singers, the 2017 Juno Awards featured some huge wins for Indigenous artists across the nation: Ottawa’s own ATCR won Producer of the Year, Winnipeg singer-songwriter William Prince won Contemporary Roots Album of the Year, Yellowknife’s Quantum Tangle took home […]

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The Juno Awards announced their 2017 nominees Tuesday morning, and it was a big day for Canada's Indigenous music scene.

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Have you ever wondered what makes your favourite musicians tick? What fuels their passion, informs their art and stokes their creativity? Where they get their inspiration, or how they achieve a particular sound? Thanks to DD Xposed, you can wonder no more.

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"I walk my talk and I will always remain a positive role model for those who listen to my music." Ottawa hip-hop artist Cody Coyote on inspiration, influences and more.

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Building on the momentum of their immediate connection, Chelsey June and Jaaji Okpik decided to abandon their solo careers and began making music together as Twin Flames. In this exclusive feature, the Ottawa-based duo discuss songwriting, storytelling and more.

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