Untying the aboriginal-immigrant knot

In the minds of many Canadians, the treatment of aboriginals and immigrants is inextricably tied together, and it’s creating moral confusion.

I have witnessed on dozens of occasions a discussion about Canada’s immigration policies going sideways when someone suddenly flags the plight of the country’s aboriginals. 1,322 more words


Outlander 1×14: The Search [HD – MP4 – 446.7 MB]


Title: The Search
Director: Metin Hüseyin
Writer: Ronald D. Moore
Schedule: May 9, 2015


Claire and Jenny set out to rescue Jamie from his redcoat captors; unorthodox tactics are used.


Why is it okay to stereotype the French?

It happens all the time: People act as if it’s just fine to stereotype French people. I most recently noticed it when Canadian Sportsnet commentator… 474 more words

The Search

Richard Moffat and the Lost Identity Disc

Servicemen of all hues have long carried identification tags into battle. Frequently, when soldiers are killed the tags of fibreboard or tin are all that is left to identify the bodies of their owners. 752 more words

The Search

Loss, by design?

We all know Rick is gone. In a fun twist, I am letting go of a lot of weight. It’s the end of school, so the kiddos are gone.  809 more words


Immigrants should 'follow Canadian customs:' B.C. Chinese leaders

A group of Chinese community leaders is urging Richmond residents to send them photos of Chinese-only signs.

Calling their effort “The Signs of Harmony Project,” the business, real estate and community representatives are promising to send someone to each business using such signs to persuade them to voluntarily include English in their signs. 711 more words

The Search


You’re hurting, and I know,

But I can’t let go.

I push where I know I can,

You squirm, and yell, and fight

Just like I know you will, just like you always did — 64 more words

The Search