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Commentary

Wabun Youth Gathering: A Template For Success

Suicide is a major problem in First Nations right across the country.

A Matter Of Survival

My experience with religion has been interesting to say the least.

Your Vote

It’s been a strange few months.

Explosions In The Sky

It seems like human kind has always been fascinated by explosions in the sky.

Homage To Stan Louttit

It was a very cold day and we were struggling along in our little red car through near blizzard conditions on our way to Thunder Bay.

Residential Schools: The Pain that Keeps on Giving

The Indian Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission recently completed four years of public hearings recording story after story of appalling physical and sexual abuse, neglect and selective cultural genocide.

Residential Schools: The Pain that Keeps on Giving

The Indian Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission recently completed four years of public hearings recording story after story of appalling physical and sexual abuse, neglect and selective cultural genocide.

Heavens Above

I am dazzled by the starry night sky.

In Honour Of Mechanics

I am not much of a mechanic but I am handy enough to be able to do basic maintenance on my truck and motorcycle.

Losing a friend, mentor

I cried the other day. And I kept crying for several hours. I was crying over a woman.

Soaring: A Musical Antidote

These days my mind is filled with worry...

Say Pleas! The Real Risk of Wrongful Guilty Pleas in NAN courts

All of us in this business have pretty different job descriptions.

Talking Earth – First Nation Teachings and Science

As director of MNDM’s Ontario Geological Survey, I am fortunate to work with, and learn from, many people who come from different cultures.

Colorectal Cancer Screening Isn’t Something to Be Feared

Throughout the month of March I helped to promote colorectal cancer screening as March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.

An Old Warrior Goes Home

If the comings and goings of people can be compared to a pebble tossed into a lake and the resulting ripples that radiate infinitely, then I would say that the passing of John R. Bradley, a member of Six Nations, will bless many with a spirit of good nature and humour for generations.