- Indigenous market at the sākihiwē festival 2023 The Pitâw Mīno Muskiki team is bringing 23 Indigenous artists and makers to the sākihiwē festival block parties on Saturday, June 24 and Sunday, June 25. The two day market, entitled the Pitâw Mīno Muskiki Indigenous Handmade Mini Market, will give audiences a chance to purchase beadwork, fashion, art, and one of a kind items from some of the most talented folks in Winnipeg.
- Hoop dance and jigging lessons at the sakihiwe festival 2023 Shanley Spence and Kylie Sais are on board to provide hoop dance lessons and jigging lessons at our block parties on June 24 and 25.
- Burnstick explores climate change in Manitoba Burnstick takes us to Manitoba for a look at climate change in their Métis homelands for the fourth and final episode of Honour Song season 2. Their 20-minute film by BNB Studios, includes testimonials from Elders Jocelyne Pambrun and Dr. Winston Wuttunee, and premieres on November 17 at 10:00 AM CST.
- Fawn Wood explores climate change in Cree territory Fawn Wood takes us to Alberta for a look at climate change in Cree territory for the third episode of Honour Song season 2. Her 20-minute film, by Cree-ative Vision, begins with a round dance song and includes testimonials about climate change from Elders Charles and Mary Wood.
- Call for Submissions: sākihiwē festival Paris | Deadline: Dec. 2 The sākihiwē festival is partnering with the Canadian Culture Centre in Paris, France to produce a week of programming featuring four Indigenous acts from Canada. Eligible solo artists and bands are encouraged to submit an application.
- Climate change takes center stage with Honour Song season 2 JUNO Award winning folk singer Leela Gilday kicks off the four episode series with a 20-minute video premiere about climate change in Denendeh (Northwest Territories, Canada).
- Introducing 'Honour Song', tributes to Indigenous trailblazers in music The sākihiwē festival is partnering with the High Commission of Canada in the United Kingdom to launch a new series of hour-long tributes to Indigenous trailblazers in music. Each episode will broadcast for free on YouTube and Facebook and cross-cultural electro-pop singer iskwē, throat singing duo PIQSIQ, trilingual Inuk chanteuse Eilsapie, and country/folk singer-songwriter William Prince are on board to honour members of the Indigenous music vanguard.