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Why I Stopped Teaching Yoga - My journey into spiritual, political accountability

Over the past few months people have been asking me, “why did you stop writing?”. “Are you teaching anymore?” I got an email from a stranger who asked, “Where did you go?” It’s taken me months to untangle the threads that wove this transformation together.   3,734 more words


Kwakwaka'wakw Mania!

The Burke Museum at the University of Washington has succeeded in bringing the original Seahawks logo to Seattle!

The Burke’s press release:

Mask that inspired Seattle Seahawks logo on display at Burke Museum beginning November 22, 2014… 301 more words


Howe Sound a 'garbage can,' Suzuki says

Squamish Chief: November 12, 2014



Howe Sound is being used as a “garbage can,” David Suzuki told media on Saturday.

 “We’re using it as a garbage can, and the consequences for whatever is in the oceans is catastrophic,” the renowned environmentalist said at an event held at Porteau Cove. 509 more words

From the desk of LLyn De Danaan: A Picture is Worth...

LLyn De Danaan in collaboration with Justine E. James Jr.

At a recent Pacific Northwest history conference in Vancouver, Washington, I was given a small display table in the sales room so that I might attract and talk with attendees about my book, … 2,501 more words

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10 Facts - Nanaimo

Located on the eastern coast of Vancouver Island, and occasionally known as both ‘the Bathtub Racing Capitol of the World’ and ‘Harbour City’ (I know which title I’d prefer), the city of Nanaimo has played an important role in the development of both Vancouver Island as well as British Columbia as a whole and, to honor that, here are ten historical facts about the city: 229 more words


Cultural Appropriation: Scott Erickson's "Alliance Rebellion" Show

So this is what inspired me to write a blog post for the first time in a long time. (Life has been busy.) I ran across a post on Facebook regarding a show… 2,335 more words

ASBC Victoria Public Talk: Tue. Oct. 21 - Darcy Mathews on Funerary Petroforms at Rocky Point


Dr. Darcy Mathews

Funerary Ritual and Ancestral Presence at Rocky Point, British Columbia

Tuesday, October 21, 2014, 7:30 pm… 530 more words