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  • The Great Law: Peace is Action

    The Great Law: Peace is Action0

    By Damian Webster, Onödowa’ga:’ When I look at where our nations were before the Peacemaker came, I see that he pulled off “mission impossible.” How else can you explain the unification of five nations that could never get even with each other? Some say it took him a hundred years to bring our nations together,

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  • What does My Life Look Like as an Intergenerational survivor?

    What does My Life Look Like as an Intergenerational survivor?0

    As an intergenerational survivor with children of my own, I know it is possible to go through a great deal of pain and come out on the other side with hope, social and academic competence, and joy.  My children received the opportunities and gifts my mother and I were not able to experience.  They had

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  • Valcourt deserves Mulcair’s stink-eye for many more reasons than sitting.

    Valcourt deserves Mulcair’s stink-eye for many more reasons than sitting.0

    By now you’ve likely seen the picture floating around the Internet. The picture I’m talking about shows NDP Leader Tom Mulcair and two of his MPs Romeo Saganash and Niki Ashton standing proudly in ovation when Justice Murray Sinclair called for an inquiry on the issue of murdered and missing indigenous women at the recent

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  • Missing and Murdered Women: We must tell the stories.

    Missing and Murdered Women: We must tell the stories.0

    If all we are – as has been said by others – is the stories we tell each other, then what does it mean for our nations, our families, and ourselves as individuals to continue to live while at the same time lacking pieces of who we are? When we think about the Missing and

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  • 02/11/15: An open letter to Stephen Harper0

    Good day. Allow me to introduce myself; my name is Laurel Curley and I’m from Six Nations of the Grand River Territory in southern Ontario. I’m writing to bring to your attention a rather significant matter that continues to affect every person in Canada, Native and non-Native alike. The significance of this matter is in

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  • Canada’s wrongful conviction0

    As I reflect on the passing of Rubin “Hurricane” Carter, I recall information shared with me by one Vern Harper. Vern is my only source of information, as I never had the opportunity to speak with Mr. Carter.

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