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Crow Facts of the Week #2

Happy Middle-of-the-week day! Ready for this week’s facts? Our focus this post is on the Crow Nation themselves.  Here are some basic facts:

Casaq The Eagle

New learnings in a familiar place

In April I had the pleasure of visiting the Maritimes as part of my work with the MCC Ottawa Office. As a Maritimer myself, it was a wonderful trip in many ways. 868 more words

Engagement

National Reconciliation Week 2015 is changing it up!

It’s time to change it up and speak out against racism.

Racism affects the social and emotional well being of everyone.

Stop. Think. Respect. National Reconciliation Week 2015. 447 more words

Chris Ackland

The Precipice of Pan

by P. R. Lowe
copyright © May 25, 2015

The power that rocks and bends the tree
is the same that lies within me
The awesome splendor of nature unleashed… 154 more words

Poetry

Article: The fight for rights as an Asian domestic worker

“…traditionally hired domestic workers from indigenous or ethnic minority groups, lower castes or poor families, and believe they are doing them a favour by doing so. 59 more words

The World Gets Real

STRANGE EMPIRE DEBUTS ON LIFETIME NETWORK – Rise of the Women

Strange Empire, the celebrated Western series that ran for one season on CBC, has found a second life. The Lifetime Network is set to debut the show this coming Friday, May 29th at 9E/8C. 430 more words

Westerns