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The releasing of the confirmation of the grave sites of the 215 children of the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation at the residential school in Kamloops has caused a wave of emotion amongst the indigenous, but also in the non-indigenous community…Just not enough of the sympathetic kind in t…

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During May, I was privileged to do some indigenous-themed stories including a feature on a documentary film which captured Kainai High School programming as well as talking to Farica Prince an inspector/administrator with the Blood Tribe Police Service in regards to systemic racism in polici…

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For centuries man has been intrigued with the South American Nazca lines. Out in the middle of nowhere in the Peruvian country, they are mostly visible from the air when touring by plane. While credit is sometimes attributed to the ancient Nazca people, few agree as to who made them and how …

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This may seem like a “well, duh” statement but as much as the Alberta Provincial government can complain about transfer payments to other provinces, and saying Justin Trudeau is a hypocrite saying the carbon tax isn’t a tax but an investment into the environment; the provincial government is…

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Last week, the federal government announced a cornerstone of their budget would be a Canada-wide child care system that would cost parents as little as $10 a day.

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Notice how Albertans haven’t heard much from the NDP and Rachel Notley lately? You don’t hear anything else from the other opposition parties because they don’t exist.

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People are suffering across Canada. Pick a province and everyone has some hurting happening, much of it due to the havoc Covid-19 has been wreaking on people’s heath with the after-affects with the livelihoods. People struggling financially is commonplace, many small businesses are backed in…

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I talked to a colleague once about literacy and he said within five years, the English language will cease to exist as we know it. 

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Coal mining has been a consistent energy source for hundreds of years: whether fueling something as small as a house stove, to trains to multi-million dollar generators, coal has been a source of employment, relatively inexpensive heart and a pillar of the Canadian economy. It is cheap, simp…