Awards

Winner Best Female Artist | 2011 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards

Winner Best Female Traditional, Cultural Roots Award | 2009 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards

Winner Keeper of Traditions Special Honour Award | 2008 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards

Winner of the 2014 Andrew Thompson Award | Awarded at West Coast Environmental Law’s 40th Anniversary event, included a judge’s choice – awarded by a panel of judges – and a people’s choice selected by over 6000 votes cast on-line.

 

Nominations

Nominated Best Female Vocalist/Best Female Artist | 2012 Native American Music Awards

Nominated Best Historical/Linguistic Recording | 2012 Native American Music Awards

Nominated World Recording of the Year, New Journeys | 2012 Western Canadian Music Awards

Nominated Aboriginal Songwriter of the Year | 2011 Canadian Folk Music Awards

Nominated World Solo Artist of the Year | 2011 Canadian Folk Music Awards
The first Canadian Aboriginal artist in the CFMA’s history to receive a nomination in this category.

Nominated Best Folk, Acoustic Album | 2011 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards

Nominated Best Songwriter | 2011 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards

Nominated Best Folk, Acoustic Album | 2011 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

Nominated Single of the Year | 2011 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

 

Honours

2013 'Today We Will Go On Our Own Strength' featured in Knowledge Network production 'Dwellling'

2012 Terri-Lynn featured on the cover of The Advocate magazine | Published by the Vancouver Bar Association, May 2012

2012 Featured Main Stage performer at Victoria BC’s Canada Day celebration

2012 ‘Have a Light Heart on Your New Journey’ reached No 2 on the National Aboriginal Music Countdown and was on this chart for almost 40 weeks

2012 Featured in Turtle Island’s book ‘IN Tune’ to encourage reluctant readers, promote literacy and connect aboriginal youth with music industry careers

2012 Contributed music to a video ‘Garnet’s Journey’ about reconciliation in the aftermath of the Indian Residential School experience

2011 Cited as one of the top 10 most Influential Indigenous Albums of 2011 by RPM Indigenous Music Culture

She has served as Advisory Council member for the Vancouver Foundation’s Environment Program, as a juror for the Ecotrust (US) Buffet Award for Indigenous Leadership and on the board of Ecotrust Canada

Terri-Lynn is a past board member of Earthlife Canada Foundation. In October 2011 in recognition of her support for and contribution to Environmental Law Terri-Lynn was asked to become an Honourary Director of the Board of Directors of Ecojustice