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  • Indigenous Injustices

    Indigenous Injustices0

    By Doug Whitlow BA – The Canadian Government and visa-vie, the non-native Canadian public have a legal system which is inherently unjust towards indigenous people. This unjust legal system is not an accident of human nature or of political will. This unjust legal system is a by-product of the Canadian Indian Assimilation Project which had

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  • White Blanket

    White Blanket0

    By Quin Staats – If there was one piece of advice that I had to share; ‘words to live by’ that, in my opinion, are tried, tested, and true—I would say the same thing every single time. A very simple but highly valuable piece of advice: “Go outside. Especially when you don’t feel like it”.

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  • Opinion: Stanley acquittal demonstrates systemic injustice for brown people facing Canada’s courts

    Opinion: Stanley acquittal demonstrates systemic injustice for brown people facing Canada’s courts0

    Gerald Stanley, a Saskatchewan farmer held that gun that killed Colten Boushie. This is a perspective on what happened the day Colten Boushie died. Colten was asleep or passed out in the front seat of a car. Colten’s friends, who were the other car occupants drove onto a farm, did whatever they did and then

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  • Moonlit Message

    Moonlit Message0

    By Quin Staats This past Wednesday the moon was on it’s full-tilt game. It rose from humble shadows and clouds and gave us all a stunning performance of a ‘once in a Blue Moon’ quadruple phenomenon. That evening, following into early Thursday morning, Turtle Island was given a Super Blue Blood Moon and Lunar Eclipse; a precious gift from

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  • Five lessons that changed my perspective on cannabis

    Five lessons that changed my perspective on cannabis0

    You are not alone if you’ve spent most of your adult life believing that cannabis is bad for you. I used to think cannabis was unhealthy, but it turns out it was my lack of knowledge and education that was unhealthy. We have a lot to catch up on, as cannabis research and science education

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  • Education is a collective right for the Original people

    Education is a collective right for the Original people0

    The dizzying calendar speed and final celebration of colonial holidays rushed the Assembly of First Nations to pass a resolution at their 2017 December meeting that will compromise the inherent and Treaty Right to education for the First Peoples. Education in mainstream has prepared our people. It has armed our people to think as strategists

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Two Row Times

Two Row Times