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SHAMBALA - By Shelley Carman

SHAMBALA ~ a meeting place of animals and birds, a myth and a narrative fable.

A story of love, grief and a new beginging.

This is my story, my life, my passion, my love. 861 more words

Otway Life Magazine

Canada’s Catholic community has an enormous role to play in the work of reconciliation. Apologies matter, says Charlie Angus.

Charlie Angus is the NDP MP for Timmins—James Bay.

The Toronto Star
April 14, 2018

Pope should apologize for Catholic church’s role in residential school system…

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B.C. Premier says no 'majority rule' needed for Indigenous support of Trans Mountain expansion

B.C. Premier John Horgan says there is no “majority rule” when it comes to First Nations on the Trans Mountain pipeline. This comes as First Nations who are supportive of the pipeline start to question what will happen to the benefit sharing agreements they have signed. 457 more words

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Interesting times

There is no Chinese “curse” that says “May you live in interesting times,” the closest might be something written 500 years ago: “寧為太平犬,莫做亂離人” which means, roughly, “ 1,378 more words

Justin Trudeau

Ending Drinking Water Advisories in First Nations Communities

by Sanya Ramnauth

Everyone in Canada should have access to clean and safe drinking water. Sadly, many of Canada’s First Nations have been denied this fundamental human right. 843 more words

Public Policy

Indigenous leaders in B.C. say PM Trudeau has 'failed' to protect their interests

Prominent Indigenous leaders in British Columbia say Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has “failed” to protect the rights of indigenous people in the province.

“He has completely failed in that regard. 567 more words

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