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Zibi development at sacred site poses questions of responsibility for all who attend events there Article and multimedia by Greg Macdougall — updated August 13, 2020 — license: CC-BY-SA-ND These first two August weekends, the RBC Bluesfest Ottawa drive-in concerts – livestreamed online with #CanadaPerforms, a federal program to support artists during the COVID pandemic […]

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Greetings of the solstice, I’ve put together a summary of some of what I’ve been working on this year*. If you’re interested to read through it but not right now, please bookmark or otherwise do something as a reminder. Also please consider sharing this with peoples you know, if you think there’s something here that […]

A small selection of the action in Ottawa-Gatineau 27 Sept 2019 in audio, video, and photos: Interview with Carmen and her mother Kim; Dara Wawate-Chabot’s speech on the Algonquin call for a moose moratorium; The Ottawa River Singers drum; and more. By Greg Macdougall, EquitableEducation.ca At the Climate Strike, I was also distro-ing two handouts […]

An in-depth article I wrote for National Observer, published Sept. 10 for World Suicide Prevention Day. I also recently published a short video of Dr. Roland Chrisjohn discussing his book Dying To Please You: Indigenous Suicide in Contemporary Canada

After leading two walking tours of the Sacred Site at ‘Chaudière Falls’ in Ottawa, it was suggested – and I thought a good idea – to put the information together online: thus this post. It is longer than originally intended, but that is because it is a complex and detailed situation. This is estimated as […]

by Greg Macdougall, EquitableEducation.ca * A 4-page PDF of this article is available for print distribution (also a 11″x17″ version) *   With Brazil’s new president Jair Bolsonaro now in office, and his promised far-right fascism beginning to take form, international solidarity will be vital for Brazilian people and social movements. Brazil is the largest […]