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  • Cannabis is legal again?

    Cannabis is legal again?0

    Canadians are calling it legalization but after reading over the many new laws coming into effect today it appears that Canada is still criminalizing cannabis users by adding dozens of new regulations that may negatively impact lives. For people who regularly smoke and drive it looks like Ontario has taken a cookie cutter approach and

  • Community Plan shows us how to use a good mind

    Community Plan shows us how to use a good mind0

    A wise Haudenosaunee elder explained to me once what the traditional concept of using “the good mind” is. He said it very plain and simple: “a good mind is one that works”. At first I thought he was kidding but he went on with his logic, explaining that a good mind of Ganigohiyo is not

  • Don’t let Orange Shirts cover up the truth of residential school

    Don’t let Orange Shirts cover up the truth of residential school0

    Recently a Kahonwe that I know shared a story online. Said scone brought their child to school off the Rez and was talking to their child’s teacher about Orange Shirt Day recognizing the memory of residential school survivors. Parent told teacher, “yeah, my father went to residential school.” Teacher replied to the parent saying, “oh

  • The new wave of colonization

    The new wave of colonization0

    Colonization may have started with blankets and guns but it is still an on-going effort by modern day colonizers such as Ford to strip Indigenous peoples of our identity and thereby strip us of our traditional territories. Modern day colonialism has become a psychological attack against our people and the war is waging everyday inside

  • It isn’t 1940

    It isn’t 19400

    If the term “settler” makes you uncomfortable, being referred to as “the natives” is likewise. During production day I am seated at the back of the room with my desk against the wall. I have a photo frame, a decorative coffee mug and an old calendar for 2017 placed neatly on the rim. There are

  • Asbestos


    I mostly went to #8 School growing up in the 1980s on Six Nations but one year my parents sent me to the portables at #3 school and it was pretty good there until it was shut down. In ancient times before the mega schools were built we had numbered schools from 1-12 sprinkled throughout