‘She absolutely insulted us.’ First Nations leaders urge voters to defeat Clark gov’t

 

By Jenny Uechi in News, Politics | May 1st 2017

First Nations leaders gathered in downtown Vancouver to deliver an unambiguous message against Premier Christy Clark and her team. “Our message is clear. It’s time for change!” claims Chief Stewart Phillip.  Read more at: http://www.nationalobserver.com/2017/05/01/news/she-absolutely-insulted-us-first-nations-leaders-urge-voters-defeat-clark-govt

Leanne Goose – Homeless (My United Way Voice submission 2016)

It’s sobering to know that at anytime, if the bottom fell out it could be anyone. I witnessed intergenerational impacts of poverty first hand and almost every family I knew. I’ve heard and seen personal stories throughout my life, some happy and far too many sad. I never realized how poor we were as kids I think because we had a strong sense of community and culture

The climate crisis is real, and we need to implement solutions today

 

The next few years are crucial in the race to save Earth from the effects of climate change, and we all need to be part of the solutions. Yet, corporate interests and fear are holding provincial and federal governments back. In fact, many governments are still pushing hard for the expansion of the destructive fossil fuel industry. read more at:

https://secure.canadians.org/ea-action/action?ea.client.id=1899&ea.campaign.id=68604&utm_medium=email&utm_source=engagingnetworks&utm_campaign=2017-05-04-climate-movement-invite&utm_content=2017-05-04-climate-movement-invite&ea.url.id=920733

You can do your part by joining the climate solutions movement today!

The dam at the heart of Canada’s flooding emergency

 

http://www.cvent.com/events/the-writing-stick-sharing-indigenous-stories/event-summary-4dd1301256784791b035eb5e698c5c20.aspx?i=864a43e8-3f43-46cc-8697-981a8e0d3041&r=1

“The Writing Stick: Sharing Indigenous Stories” is a conference that will foster conversations on editing and publishing Indigenous stories. It is intended for Indigenous and non-Indigenous participants from all walks of life including publishers, editors, writers, storytellers, filmmakers, academics, translators, artists, and librarians. Gathering together these groups of people is crucial to discuss “best practices” when working with Indigenous creators, to learn culturally appropriate ways of working with Indigenous creators, to learn better ways of working together, and to identify useful resources. Through conversation, participants will look for wisdom and insight while exploring possible principles and guidelines for publishing and editing materials by or about Indigenous peoples.

DETAILS

  • WHEN

  • Thursday, June 8, 2017 – Saturday, June 10, 2017
    8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
    Mountain Time

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  • WHERE

  • 2nd floor, Edmonton Clinic Health Academy (ECHA)
    114 St & 87 Ave NW
    Edmonton, Alberta T6G 1C9
    Canada

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