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Vancouver Park Board votes to recognize traditional names in city parks

The Vancouver Park Board has voted to learn the names that Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh people traditionally called areas that now fall within the city’s parks. 134 more words

Politics

Jarring Finds

One great thing about not keeping up with a blog is so much stuff accumulates like lint in the internavel that it is easy pickings to get material to post . 619 more words

Archaeology

Coming to terms with that bugger anxiety

First, let me tell you that I shared more pictures of stunning Cortes Island, BC, and beautiful Hollyhock Resort where I spent four days at a writing retreat, at the bottom of this post. 1,056 more words

Life

Road to Rockies

The road from Prince Rupert to Jasper is over a 1,000 kilometres.  Travelling through was where I met the most amount of “first nations” peoples, and one night, thanks to the bravery of Antoine for asking, we camped on the lawn of someone’s house in Kitwanga Reserve Land. 160 more words

Canada

REVIEW: Grateful Dead- Pacific Northwest ’73-’74: The Complete Recordings Boxed Set and Vinyl

Box and vinyl came in yesterday and it is everything I hoped they would be!

First, the physical condition. I am pleased to report everything is pristine! 464 more words

Review

Rumble & Roar 2018

Rumble & Roar is a Toronto-based charity event that I’ve had the honor of being the lead photographer for three years running. This year we were raising money for youth indigenous leadership through a Sacred Circle program with the First Nations community of Moose Factory, Ontario.

Photography