Indigenous McCauley: A History and Contemporary Overview of First Nations and Métis Life in the McCauley Neighbourhood is a booklet supported by McCauley Revitalization/City of Edmonton that was printed and distributed in April of this year. “I worked on it for over a year as the Project Lead, Editor, and photographer, with the noted Métis […]
John Borrows is an Anishinabe scholar and expert in Indigenous law. He spoke at the U of A in 2016. There were many people waiting at the end of his presentation to ask a question or to talk so I sent an email to ask my question. Do you think it would be a good […]
You never really know what it will be about until you get there, or how intense it will be. I’ve experienced enough personal trauma, vicarious residential school trauma and generational trauma that I’m reticent to watch more films depicting those issues. But I went by faith feeling compelled by the spirit to attend a screening […]
Bannock has been attributed to Indigenous people but it is my understanding is actually baking powder biscuits from colonial countries. What I like about it is you can make it sweet or savoury.
Reconciliation: A Road with Many Twists and Turns https://youtu.be/NLPJ3CAc2mA Q&A: https://youtu.be/_gUCPPAjoGs
This is particularly important for people working and living downtown Edmonton; Starting on November 1st, Hope Mission will be providing 24/7 shelter space for people in crisis who need rest, recovery, and referrals. It will be a safe, warm shelter to sleep in during the day – something that does not currently exist in Edmonton.150 […]