The final report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women documents in detail the reality of the violence to which Indigenous women and girls are subjected and issues 231 Calls for Justice to change that reality. It Continue reading Shaping the way
I officially entered senior citizenry (or, as one friend calls it “the brown envelope club,” even though Old Age Security payments no longer arrive in the mail) earlier this week. I could tell you that I celebrated that occasion by Continue reading On reaching 65
The first time I saw a whale was in Tadousac, Quebec. My partner and I had stopped for the night on our way to a friend’s house in Riviere-au-Tonnere, farther up the north shore. After a long day in the Continue reading “A timeless moment”
Every summer from the time I can remember, my parents would load up the car with camping gear, kids and dog and off we would go. Often, we camped as a means to get to a destination; most frequently, travelling Continue reading Camping? Not for me!