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A role for aboriginal peoples?

Romeo Saganash is a Canadian parliamentarian and a James Bay Cree Indian whose ancestral lands are situated in what is now northern Quebec. A recent book by journalist  Emmanuelle Walter describes a road trip across this vast area of the Canadian north during which Saganash explained his lifelong political struggle. 417 more words

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Morning Prayer 26.1.17, Timothy, Titus & Silas, Companions of St. Paul

Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law by becoming a curse for us—for it is written, “Cursed is everyone who hangs on a tree”—in order that in Christ Jesus the blessing of Abraham might come to the Gentiles. 2,975 more words

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7,420 kms With Caribou Legs to End Violence Against Women

This week I’m sharing part of a speech I gave in tribute to ultra-marathon runner, Brad Firth AKA Caribou Legs, who crossed Canada over 7 months to raise awareness about missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls (#MMIW, #MMIWG). 993 more words


Indigenous Peoples' History in Canada is Everyone's History.

If you are not an indigenous person of Canada you still play a very important role in the process of creating a society which validates and respects our Indigenous population. 82 more words

In the Words of an Elder: Maureen Kennedy Speaks...

I used to have a belief that some races were superior to me and for years never even knew I had this belief. So pitiful, as I was not taught the truth. 332 more words


A Letter to Aboriginal People - The time is now.

Please help us move forward. Aboriginal people, native, indigenous people of all the world, it’s now time that you rise up to lend us, humanity, a hand. 19 more words


National Aboriginal Veterans Day continues to grow in size and scope

OTTAWA – Betty Ann Lavallee wasn’t just continuing a family tradition when she enlisted in the army in 1980, though her father, two grandfathers and even a great-grandfather had served in uniform. 586 more words