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Review: A powerful memorial to missing and murdered aboriginal women

I’m asking myself when I last saw something so deeply moving in a gallery, and the answer may be never.

I’m walking through the Carleton University Art Gallery, which until Oct. 832 more words


The Novella Award Shortlist: In Wolf Village by Penny Simpson & Kevin Parry's When it was Raining

In Wolf Village by Penny Simpson

Reviewed by Cath 

I’m going to confess to a little impatience with magical realism as a genre, probably because in the wrong hands it too often drops the realism and speeds resolutely past magical and into the fateful territory of whimsy. 1,060 more words

Fiction: General


I saw A Tribe Called Red perform in the Yukon and they were amazing!

Go get their free album, and educate yourself about TRUE Canadian/American history… 9 more words


Closing the Gap

National Chief Perry Bellegarde is a joyful man.
You could see it in the way he walked.
You could hear it in the way he talked. 275 more words

Words Upon A Page

Church leaders and Blackfoot elders reconcile over residential schools

STAND OFF – Reflection, education and healing were the main topics of discussion between survivors of residential schools, Blackfoot elders and church officials Thursday.

“With residential schools, there has been so much hurt and pain and lot of those are still evident in our community,” said planning committee member Jackie Red Crow. 270 more words


Putin: Terrorist Proxies Used To De-stabilize Governments

Zero Hedge: If you’ve followed the incessant back-and-forth between Washington and Moscow over the course of the proxy wars raging in Ukraine and Syria, you know that the Kremlin is without equal when it comes to describing US foreign policy in a way that is both succinct and accurate.

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Truth And Reconciliation