Indigenous communities have seen their own influx of stories of sexual assault following the rise of the #MeToo movement. But Lindsay Nixon said these stories were surfacing in Indigenous communities well before that. Nixon, a Cree-Métis-Saulteaux writer, said communities were reading prominent feminist writers and raising the discussion themselves. Click on the link below for the story.
June 05, 2018 | News
Land-based learning encourages critical thought through interaction with the land A school day for six-year-old Hunter Sasakamoose can start with lighting a fire for breakfast and end with doing math by candlelight.In between, the boy learns life skills such as hunting and fishing as well as first-hand science lessons about how rain soaks into the […]