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Shelley Charles
Humber College Elder and Advisor on Aboriginal Relations

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[video of Emma Stevens - "Blackbird" - by The Beatles - sung in Mi'kmaq]


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brief Biographical Sketch of Shelley Charles

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1981 Black & White Photo of Shelley Charles

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recent photos of Shelley Charles (June 2014)

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2016 photo of Shelley and Tom: (Web Admin)

Click HERE for some notes & photos from the above mentioned event
Compliments of Shelley Charles


Aglukark wins Aboriginal Music Award

Canadian Press Saturday, November 27, 2004

TORONTO -- Susan Aglukark and The Wolfpack are among the Ontario winners of the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards.

Aglukark, an Inuit singer-songwriter now living in Oakville, was honoured with best female for 2004.

The Wolfpack, a family of siblings from the province's Six Nations, received this year's best group award.

Elaine Bomberry, also from Six Nations, got an award for best aboriginal music radio program.

Awards were presented in 19 categories awards at a celebration last night in Toronto.

UPDATE: Susan Aglukark is one of the 2016 winners of the Governor General's Performing Arts Award.

Each lifetime achievement award-winner receives $25,000 and a special medallion struck by the Canadian Mint.

Drawn from nominations made by the public, the award recognize artists, mentors and arts volunteers for their outstanding contribution to Canadian culture.

Click HERE for More Awards earned by Suasan Aglukark.

Click on the image above to order CD and/or listen to samples
Hank Horton won the "Best Country Album" in 2005
from the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards (CAMA)

Humber College Elder Shelly Charles sings at the Culture Days Pow Wow,
@ Humber Colllege Lakeshore Campus in September 2013:

Click HERE for Part two of the above video

This is one of the songs from Gegwa: "The First Fire"...
by Alanis King... sung by gloria may eshkibok

This is a video of Emma Stevens - "Blackbird" by The Beatles
sung in Mi'kmaq

Click HERE for Wikipedia Biography of E. Pauline Johnson


The Poverty in Canada Forum (Below) features many articles
going back ten years, concerning our First Nation Peoples

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