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Family members of Anthony Aust and Koray Celik spoke at the event along with organizer Bridget Tolley, whose mother Gladys Tolley was killed 20 years ago this month.

The Oblates ran over a third of all federal Residential Schools. Their historic headquarters is being re-developed. What commemoration aspects can be included?

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 […]

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 […]

Recording of November 15, 2019 event hosted by MiningWatch Canada and Octopus Books.

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 […]

Powershift 2019: Young and Rising takes place February 14-18. With environmental and climate problems increasing, it’s good to look back and see what knowledge can still be applied and lessons learned as effective action on climate change becomes increasingly more vital. Below are three videos from each of the two previous national Powershift Canada youth […]

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 […]