September 19, 2017

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HEALING GARDENS: 7 INDIGENOUS MEDICINES IN YOUR BACKYARD

HEALING GARDENS: 7 INDIGENOUS MEDICINES IN YOUR BACKYARD

Medicines are everywhere, even in your own backyard. You just have to know what to look for! 1.  Stinging Nettle Stinging Nettle – when heated or dried they are edible. High in iron. It has numerous stinging hairs on its stems and leaves which inject histamine, producing a stinging sensation. Used...
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THE BEST STRAWBERRIES I EVER HAD…

THE BEST STRAWBERRIES I EVER HAD…

With every sweet mouthful I smiled grateful to the Creator for bringing me through this trial; grateful for the pain to be fading, grateful to be together again with my family and full of thanks for the love among us. by Nahnda Garlow Republished with permission from Two Row Times Today marks the second...
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10 INDIGENOUS MUSIC PICKS FOR YOUR SUMMER PLAYLIST

10 INDIGENOUS MUSIC PICKS FOR YOUR SUMMER PLAYLIST

Photo: Courtesy of RedBull MUSKRAT’s must-add favourites for the summer (*not ranked)! 1. CREE CONFEDERATION A regular on the Pow wow Trail since 2007, Cree Confederation kicked off the season this year with a new live recorded album from Soboba entitled Kihtawasoh Wapakwani (May 2014, Canyon Reco...
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VALCOURT HOLDS THE RATIONS IN FIRST NATIONS EDUCATION

VALCOURT HOLDS THE RATIONS IN FIRST NATIONS EDUCATION

Harper employs spin doctors such as rogue Min. Valcourt to craft a false picture about Indigenous leadership and its relationship with Canada. This Week Minister Valcourt’s office stated that without cooperation of the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) for Bill C-33, a 1.9 Billion dollar trust for First N...
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BOOK REVIEW: WILD RICE DREAMS BY VERA WABEGIJIG

BOOK REVIEW: WILD RICE DREAMS BY VERA WABEGIJIG

Photo: Bookland Press, 2013 The poems in the collection are a reflection of that. They are all over the place, kinda like life. It brings you everywhere and each place is different. What I most enjoy about this collection of poems and reflections is that, no matter how dark, angry or sad the subject mat...
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KANIENKE’HAKA CELLIST DAWN AVERY

KANIENKE’HAKA CELLIST DAWN AVERY

Photo: Dawn Avery Performs at Spirit Moon Well Living House 2014 The more I learn the language, the more it changes me. The whole vibration of the sounds, and also the worldview embedded in the language is so profound, that even just learning one word and using it in your life, really can change you… .....
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NEOINDIGENA: DANCE, PERFORMANCE, & HEALING

NEOINDIGENA: DANCE, PERFORMANCE, & HEALING

Can sensing stories emerge from someone else’s body be healing and transformative? In reflecting on the experience of bearing witness to NeoIndigenA, I am reminded of how the body can be a strong conduit for spirit teachings.   Kaha:wi Dance Theatre’s Artistic Director Santee Smith has this to say...
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