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Podcast 90: Cindy Blackstock


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Podcasts

Pacific Rim Totems and Legends

Surrounded by the natural wonders of BC’s rain forests and wild life, it is easy to appreciate the myths and legends of the First Nations people. 368 more words

Canada

Animal Travels: Canada

For this weeks Animal Travels, I’m going to explore the wildlife of Canada. Now Canada is a huge country and so getting every single species will be a next to impossible job so I’m going to pick some top Canada species and discuss where you can find them. 388 more words

Animal

Serendipity is good luck in finding valuable things unintentionally. . . examples of serendipity have an important characteristic: they were made by individuals able to “see bridges where others saw holes” and connect events creatively, based on the perception of a significant link,” Wikipedia.org One day, while searching the internet, I came across The White Spirit […]

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Personal Observations

The Serendipity of White Bear, the Spirit Bear and Grandma Tess

Serendipity is good luck in finding valuable things unintentionally. . . examples of serendipity have an important characteristic: they were made by individuals able to “see bridges where others saw holes” and connect events creatively, based on the perception of a significant link,”  Wikipedia.org…
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Blog

11 Spirit Bear Facts

  • One in ten black bears is pale, and to produce pale cubs both parents – white or black – must carry the gene that results in the white or cream-coloured coat.
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British Columbia

The Grizzly Bear Spirit and Traditional Knowledge versus Western Society:

One of my daughters, Andrea, who is a lawyer, has drawn my attention to a religious freedom case between a ski resort development in BC and a First Nation, the Ktunaxa. 999 more words

Aboriginal Rights