April 27, 2017

NEW WORKS
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TIME MANAGEMENT OR TIME WARS?

TIME MANAGEMENT OR TIME WARS?

The biggest myth is that profit is the highest achievement in life.  To profit you have to be productive. Time management trainings usually start with the premise that there’s something wrong with you because you can’t conform to social expectations. Never fear, though, because you can be fixed.  Get or...
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ALIGN WITH YOUR PURPOSE

ALIGN WITH YOUR PURPOSE

Although I knew decades ago that my passion and purpose was storytelling, you’d never know it by how I spent my time. People who know what I do in life might think I lack focus, and that my various activities like writing fiction, non-fiction, and screenplays—as well as designing and facilitating spirit...
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MUKSRAT CO-PRESENTS WITH CARIBBEAN TALES FILM FESTIVAL 2014

MUKSRAT CO-PRESENTS WITH CARIBBEAN TALES FILM FESTIVAL 2014

This past Monday, MUSKRAT had the honour of co-presenting the Indigenous Caribbean screenings as a part of the Caribbean Tales Film Festival (CTFF). CTFF is held annually in Toronto, Barbados, and New York City and is the only platform in North America where filmmakers from the Caribbean can exclusively...
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WOMEN’S WATER TEACHINGS

WOMEN’S WATER TEACHINGS

I’m still on a high (natural, of course) following the Indigenous Women’s Symposium this past Spring at Trent U.  This year’s theme was Celebrating Our Relationships with Water. The stories, teachings and powerful women I encountered left me energized, inspired and so very grateful. Some of the amazing...
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SPIRIT MOON AT THE WELL LIVING HOUSE

SPIRIT MOON AT THE WELL LIVING HOUSE

MUSKRAT Magazine partnered with the Well Living House to support their second annual fundraiser. The event took place during May’s full moon which, according to Kanienke’haka Elder Jan Kahehti:io Longboat, is known as the “Spirit Moon”. Well Living House was founded by Métis Physician and Research...
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INDIGENOUS FILMMAKERS AT HOT DOCS 2014

INDIGENOUS FILMMAKERS AT HOT DOCS 2014

While there is much to learn from leading documentary artists and professionals –I was also reminded of how little the industry knows about the Aboriginal community. Written by: Spirit of Birth Director, Rebeka Tabobondung & Producer, Michelle St. John The 2014 Hot Docs Festival was packed full of o...
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