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  • Setting resolutions as an indigenous person

    Setting resolutions as an indigenous person0

    We’ve officially reached the second week of January. This means that most New Year’s resolutions are already in gear. And the most common New Year’s resolution is easy to pinpoint as we can simply look to local gyms. Their treadmills and machines, once frequented only by regulars, are now full of activity and people that

  • Allegiant to Law of the Land

    Allegiant to Law of the Land0

    In becoming a naturalized Canadian citizen you must recite the oath of citizenship, which some view as offensive to their values. In an attempt to get around the required pledge of allegiance to the Queen of Canada; Bar-Natan one of three people who challenged and formally rescinded the embedded Oath of Allegiance through court wherein

  • Op-Ed: The Death Knock – ethics in reporting

    Op-Ed: The Death Knock – ethics in reporting0

    The more that numbers are used to represent people, the less human those numbers become. That is fact. The media, especially non-indigenous media, has created a surplus of dehumanization time and time again through the overuse of numbers in statistics while seeming to disallow media coverage of the actual people affected by those numbers. In

  • An example of selective hearing

    An example of selective hearing0

    The Handmaid’s Tale was originally a novel written by Margaret Atwood which tells the story of a handmaid living in the theocratic and totalitarian state under the name the Republic of Gilead which replaced the United States somewhere in the future. This dystopian story has since inspired a television series which is going on its

  • It’s not as easy as it looks

    It’s not as easy as it looks0

    Imagine that your name has been called to a stage. You are competing against other competitors to be selected as the new face for an ambassadorship. It is now the public speaking section of the competition. The stage is set in front of your family members, friends, supporters and other competitors families. You walk up

  • Indian Residential Schools: why and how they came to be0

    By Doug Whitlow In the years following the so-called “discovery of America” by Christopher Columbus in 1492; one thing became very clear to the various invading European governments. The native people who lived throughout the America’s owned the land and all the natural resources such as animals, fish, timber, gold, silver and everything else located