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  • Nature Connections

    Nature Connections0

    For those of you who have read my articles before, you already know by now that I write about Nature and my interactions with Her. For those of you who have stumbled across my writing for the first time, my series of work explores the connections between Humans and Nature. As my series approaches its

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  • Why the 1841 “surrender” is bogus.

    Why the 1841 “surrender” is bogus.0

    SIX NATIONS — On Christmas Day, 1794, Superintendent General and Inspector General of Indian Affairs directed that there be specific regulations to be followed for the legal alienation of Indian Lands stating, “No lands are therefore to be purchased of the Indians, but by the Superintendent General and Inspector General of Indian Affairs, or in

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  • A CANADIAN CONSTITUTION Part 3: A six-part interview with R. Rogers Smith examining the formation of Canada

    A CANADIAN CONSTITUTION Part 3: A six-part interview with R. Rogers Smith examining the formation of Canada0

    The following is part three of a six part interview by George Barr, KING’S Council, with R. Rogers Smith sometime in the mid 1940’s and on “Ligue pour l’Union Federale”, 822 Sherbrooke Est, Mtl. (Acquired from the Ka-Nee-Ka-Neet collection) Question s by G. H. Barr, King’s Council Answers by R. Rogers Smith   Mr. Barr:

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  • Opinion: Reading the stories you’ve already heard

    Opinion: Reading the stories you’ve already heard0

    There are two kinds of readers: those of us that are required to read by means of education or otherwise and those of us that read even after being required to, to escape or to further our own perspective of any given subject. Between non-fiction and fiction, most readers simply gravitate to the unknown; be

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  • A CANADIAN CONSTITUTION Part 2:  A six-part interview with R. Rogers Smith examining the formation of Canada

    A CANADIAN CONSTITUTION Part 2: A six-part interview with R. Rogers Smith examining the formation of Canada0

    The following is an excerpt from an interview by George Barr, KING’S Council, with R. Rogers Smith sometime in the mid 1940’s and on “Ligue pour l’Union Federale”, 822 Sherbrooke Est, Mtl. (Acquired from the Ka-Nee-Ka-Neet collection) A CANADIAN CONSTITUTION Part 1 Question s by G. H. Barr, King’s Council Answers by R. Rogers Smith

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  • A CANADIAN CONSTITUTION

    A CANADIAN CONSTITUTION0

    A six part interview with R. Rogers Smith examining the formation of Canada The following is an excerpt from an interview by George Barr, KING’S Council, with R. Rogers Smith sometime in the mid 1940’s and on “Ligue pour l’Union Federale”, 822 Sherbrooke Est, Mtl. (Acquired from the Ka-Nee-Ka-Neet collection) Question s by G. H.

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