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Kelly Boutsalis

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Toronto, ON, Canada

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Past articles by Kelly:

Yolanda Bonnell's bug is an enthralling journey into Indigenous women's lives

Powerful solo show deals effectively with issues of abandonment and addiction → Read More

Toronto prof creates app to help Brazilian trans women avoid violence

The Dandarah app identifies risky areas and connects women with mental health support → Read More

Robbie Robertson's worlds collide with a new album and doc

Rock legend discusses taking part in Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson And The Band and his latest album, Sinematic → Read More

TIFF 2019: Five things you missed at the Jojo Rabbit premiere

There was a lot of love for moms – and Bill Murray – at the world premiere of Taika Waititi's Nazi comedy starring Scarlett Johansson → Read More

TIFF 2019: opening night film subject Robbie Robertson opens up

Rock legend discusses taking part in Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson And The Band and his upcoming album, Sinematic → Read More

Violence and over-incarceration a grim reality for Indigenous women

Healing lodge planned for Scarborough aims to help Indigenous women on their journey out of the correctional system, but some locals only fear crime → Read More

Banners in Allan Gardens honour missing and murdered Indigenous women

The public art installation Red Embers was designed by 15 Indigenous women artists and is on display until October 4 → Read More

You can now study toy invention in Toronto

Ryerson University, OCAD University and Spin Master are teaming up on continuing education course for aspiring toy designers → Read More

Stan Williams chronicles Indigenous resistance to colonialism in Canada

In his ongoing series This Is Indian Land, the Mohawk/Anishinaabe photographer captures the broad range of ways Indigenous people are reclaiming culture → Read More

Hot Docs 2019 opens with a hard conversation on colonial violence

In nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up, Cree filmmaker Tasha Hubbard looks at the aftermath of the Colten Boushie verdict and the fight for justice reform → Read More

Cannabis courses focusing on science and business sprout up in Ontario

McMaster University launches a course aimed at dispelling myths around marijuana → Read More

Interview: Santee Smith becomes McMaster University's chancellor

The Kahnyen’kehàka (Mohawk) dancer and choreographer talks Indigenous visibility, leadership in education and land acknowledgments → Read More

Where are all the Indigenous fashion models?

Anishinaabe and Mohawk designer Lesley Hampton cast Indigenous models and actors exclusively in her Toronto Fashion Week show. → Read More

U of T wants to build a new planetarium downtown

There hasn’t been a large-scale planetarium for teaching, research and public use in Toronto's core for 23 years → Read More

Indigenous architects design a sovereign future

As Canada implements a National Housing Strategy, post-secondary schools are creating more room for Indigenous design thinking → Read More

College course teaches astronomy by way of music composition

Astrophysicist Matt Russo is launching a class at Seneca College challenges students to soundtrack the cosmos → Read More

Toronto's first blockchain college course launches

George Brown College is hoping to capitalize on city's growing reputation as a tech hub → Read More

Refugees talk about their continuing education experiences

Two professionals discuss going back to school while adapting to life in Canada → Read More

Artisans fight Made in Canada appropriation of Indigenous crafts

Indigenous artisans push purchasing policies for shopkeepers and museums to protect authentic Indigenous crafts → Read More

Indigenous Fashion Week spotlights progressive designs

The inaugural event is part of a grassroots push to Indigenize fashion schools and the industry at large → Read More