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Weevil warriors: Tiny insects tackle big problem at Calgary-area park

An invasive plant that posed a big problem in a Calgary-area park has been beaten back by a tiny foe: a weevil the size of a tick. 352 more words

News

Led to Take Risks

These blog posts being published on the Internet, I never know who might read them. I appreciate you who do. Despite how it might sometimes sound in what I write, I am a fairly shy person, and usually uncomfortable doing new things. 1,621 more words

The Amazon Rainforest is on Fire and Hardly Anyone’s Talking About It

The Amazon rainforest has been devastated for weeks by fires so intense they can be seen from space.
By Jake Johnson

The hashtag #PrayForAmazonia went viral on Tuesday as social media users attempted to draw the world’s attention to the Amazon rainforest, which has been devastated for weeks by fires so intense… 704 more words

Community Defense

NDN Book Club

Are you an Indigenous person looking to read Indigenous literature with Indigenous friends? We have started a book club just for you! Recognizing that Indigenous folks often do not join book clubs, we wanted to create a space that caters to this specific demographic. 466 more words

Book Reviews

Indigenous Classical Musician Soars

Photo: Matt Barnes
Jeremy Dutcher is a First Nations tenor and pianist who is getting a lot of attention in Canada and beyond.

Bit by bit we’re all learning more about the people around us, people who may have very different lives and who in the past we knew nothing about. 681 more words

Latest Update: Iskapowishak Walkers

Indigenous/First Nations: Iskapowishak Walkers (August 2019 – video only)

The Iskapowishak Walkers are from Cochrane, Ontario (Treaty 9 territory) and have been walking across the country since May 7, 2019 to bring attention to Treaties 1-11 and to try to stop the White Paper 2.0. 65 more words

Indigenous/First Nations