September 25, 2018

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7 MUSKRAT Mindset Hacks to Get Unstuck

7 MUSKRAT Mindset Hacks to Get Unstuck

Photo: BBC.com Ever feel like you’re in a rut? Unsure about how to make change? Waiting for that key ingredient to arrive before you move, only it never comes? We all get stuck now and then. Feeling stuck can be frustrating and depressing. Here are some mindset hacks to break out of your stuckness. See...
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INSPIRING HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 3RD ANNUAL GCHI DEWIN FESTIVAL

INSPIRING HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 3RD ANNUAL GCHI DEWIN FESTIVAL

Traditional storyteller and knowledge keeper Esther Osche on stage at The Stockey Centre for Performing Arts. | Image source: Meg Wallace  It was a packed house, even though the weather outside was frightful during the 3rd Annual Gchi-Dewin Indigenou Storytellers Festival, December 7-9 at The Stockey Ce...
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MUSKRAT Review: Bearskin Diary

MUSKRAT Review: Bearskin Diary

Carol Daniels lays bare the life of Sandy, a Cree woman torn from her mother and kin at birth through the Canadian government’s 60s Scoop set in place to destroy Indigenous families. Adopted by Ukrainians, Sandy narrowly avoids a life in foster care, and although escaping one certain trauma, Sandy’s sto...
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Looting of Métis Possessions Poses Barrier to Reconciliation

Looting of Métis Possessions Poses Barrier to Reconciliation

Photo: Library and Archives Canada As gunfire erupted in Duck Lake, Saskatchewan, Métis leader Louis Riel held up his crucifix and fervently prayed for victory. Although the Métis were victorious at the Battle of Duck Lake, Canada ultimately crushed the Northwest Resistance. Looting of Métis possessions...
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SIX WAYS TO THRIVE DESPITE WHITE SUPREMACY

SIX WAYS TO THRIVE DESPITE WHITE SUPREMACY

  Maori Grandmother Sharon Heta and Anishinabe Elder Shirley Williams, taken at the 2014 Trent Women’s Gathering themed: Celebrating Our Relationships with Water. | Image source: Zainab Amadahy You already know how to survive white supremacy or you wouldn’t be reading this. But are you thriving? Be...
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