http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/89-503-x/2015001/article/14313-eng.pdf Study: Women in Canada: First Nations, Métis and Inuit women Released: 2016-02-23 Aboriginal women with higher levels of education had slightly higher employment rates than non-Aboriginal women in 2011. Specifically, 81.8% of Aboriginal women with a certificate, diploma or degree at the bachelor level or above were employed, compared with 79.5% of their non-Aboriginal counterparts. The same […]
We are happy to report that the second and final shipment of Dignity Kits (basic feminine hygiene kits) has been received by our friends in Buyé diocese.
Thank you to one of our diocesan priests for the info and the medicine! It’s a no-brainer really. The medicine is in the bark and the fungus takes it life from the bark, so of course the fungus has the medicine. This was confirmed by Dr. Hank Cardinal, medicine man.
An excerpt of his article was quoted by Sharon Pasula on January 10, 2016 at the 9:15 am Standing Stones service.
Inuit Statue by Irene Katak Angutitaq (1914-1971) Inspires Christmas Eve Congregation