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Candid Laughter

Candid moments of people truly happy to be together are my favourite to capture. Catching somebody’s natural laughter or smile is priceless because we often pose when faced with a camera. 38 more words

Aboriginal

Protestors across Canada blast Bill C-51 in national day of action

Originally published in the Tow Row Times, Mar. 18, 2015.

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Over the weekend, people from all across Canada poured on to the streets to protest the Conservative government’s proposed anti-terror legislation, Bill C-51, in a national day of action dubbed “Defend our Freedom.” 296 more words

Politics

A walk in the cold for the homeless

Originally published in the Two Row Times, February 11, 2015.

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THUNDER BAY – Travelling down Memorial Avenue, in Thunder Bay, it’s about nine kilometres from the Dew Drop Inn soup kitchen in Port Arthur, to the Social Services Administration building in Fort Williams. 1,185 more words

Activism

Steve Typa

“I’m not Aboriginal, but I like coming to the Centre. Everybody here is just really great.”

Aboriginal

Bridging the Gap Day #3: The Canada We Want

I would like to start by thanking Silpa Suarak, a young delegate from Nain, Nunatsiavut for providing all the images you will see in this blog post and enabling me to give you a visionary experience of what transpired on the 3rd and last day of the Bridging the Gap National Youth Forum here in Winnipeg Canada. 1,319 more words

Bridging The Gap Day #1: Take Pride and Action

The first day of the Bridging the Gap National Youth Forum has come and go and it was such an amazing day. The image above is taken from Canadian Roots Exchange’s  1,043 more words