Showing posts from October, 2023


It Stops Here, Native author Rueben George

New book describes pipeline activism grounded in First Nations spiritual belief and ceremony October 26th, 2023 Rueben George with the cover of his new book "It Stops Here".   By Shari Narine | Local Journalism Initiative Reporter  | It Stops Here: Standing Up for Our Lands, Our Waters, and Our People is a powerful work by Rueben George that chronicles his journey in leading Tsleil-Waututh Nation’s fight against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion in British Columbia. And while the expansion is set to start operating in the first quarter of 2024, boosting the pipeline’s capacity to 890,000 barrels per day from 300,000 and carrying oil from Alberta to Burnaby, BC, George still believes the fight has been a victory. “We said ‘No.’ We said, ‘No’ like our ancestors have. We were stewards of o


PAPERBACK and KINDLE:  The Last Heir of Merlin by John Christian Hopkins Elvin Priestly stumbles upon an ancient family secret. He finds himself in a strange world where life or death hinges on his ability to claim the power that comes with being The Last Heir of Merlin!   Narragansett Author John Christian Hopkins YES! THE PAPERBACK is on AMAZON too! (($15)) This new book will take you deep into a mystery. It's FANTASY FICTION, a classic Hopkins marvel and absolutely a fantastic READ! CHAPTERS Love’s Labours Tossed The King and Tye Birth of a Notion The Merchant of Menace “The Wizard of Ours!” From Here to Fraternity To Have and Have Naught Gone With the Whim Beast of Eden The Seven Year Witch A Hard, Dazed Knight The May Tricks The Lyin’ King Sects & the City Cranky Poodle Dandy Charge of the Flight Brigade A Sweet Cart Named Desire The Lady and the Champ The Three Musky Tears Treasure of Sara Madge Rey Red Bull

Becoming Kin | Empty Spaces

INDIGENOUS PEOPLE'S DAY TODAY "Unforgetting is the excavating of that truth and bringing it to the surface." Author Patty Krawec and her latest book Becoming Kin: An Indigenous Call to Unforgetting the Past and Reimagining Our Future. (Broadleaf Books, Haley Bateman) CBC BOOKS: Originally published on November 10, 2022.  When faced with painful stories from the past, it can be easier and more convenient to turn away than to turn toward the whole truth. But author Patty Krawec says in order to heal and move forward, we'll first need to revisit and acknowledge what came before. Krawec's book, Becoming Kin: An Indigenous Call to Unforgetting the Past and Reimagining Our Future, pulls on threads from the past and the present to stitch together a way forward.  "We tend to think of now as this isolated time," Krawec, an Anishinaabe and Ukrainian writer from Lac Seul First Nation, told Tapestry . "Following those threads back to 'how are all of

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