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  • Day of the Dead – How Halloween is celebrated elsewhere1

    On Halloween this Thursday children will dress as little ghosts and goblins and travel from home to home with the threat of a trick being perpetrated against the homeowner if a treat is not provided the ghastly visitors. But there are other rituals and traditions connected with the last day of October around the world.

  • Haudenosaunee history front and centre in Germany0

    BERLIN, GERMANY – Germany’s fascination with the Haudenosaunee people, and all North American Indigenous cultures, was once again made evident as the Federal Republic of Germany opened an exhibit of Iroquoian art, historical artifacts and information called, “On the Trails of the Iroquois.” The exhibit will run for the month of November and is expected to draw tens of thousands of museum visitors.

  • Neil Young calls Fort McMurray a “wasteland”0

    Wearing his signature crumpled hat and a green “Go Family Farms” T-shirt, Canadian rock legend Neil Young raised some eyebrows in Washington last week when he told the American press that Fort McMurray, one of the communities directly affected by the oil sands project, looks like Hiroshima. “When we got to Alberta we headed north