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Toronto Public Library - Lillian H. Smith Branch, 239 College Street Toronto, Ontario  
Dec 14, 2017 | 6:00 pm

Kwa’nu’te: Micmac and Maliseet Artists (1991 | 41 min), by Catherine Anne Martin Kimberlee McTaggart

This film profiles a number of Mi’kmaq and Maliseet artists from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, showing their similarities and differences, samples of their work and the sources of their inspiration. It offers a remarkable look at Indigenous art and spirituality in Atlantic Canada.

Forgotten Warriors (1997 | 51 min), by Loretta Todd

Although they could not be conscripted when World War II was declared, thousands of Canadian Aboriginal men enlisted. Unlike other veterans, they were not offered the chance to buy cheap land as a reward for fighting–on the contrary, many returned to find that parts of their reserve land had been given away. In this video, Aboriginal veterans share their war memories and their healing process.

In collaboration with CCUNESCO. More information here.

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