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Posted: September 26, 2014

These are the kinds of conversations Aboriginal women are having. It is not normal and shouldn’t be routine. It is scary but necessary. Do other women have to have these conversations?

 
Posted: September 24, 2014

As people, we naturally gravitate toward those similar to ourselves. It’s simple, easy and it’s comfortable.

 
Posted: September 19, 2014

I'm no expert but over the years we have met a few of our Members of Parliament (MPs).  Maybe because we have lived in the ridings of backbenchers and they are happy to interact with their constituents.

 
Posted: September 15, 2014

Two years ago marked the first time I heard the acronym "CAMC." After responding to a posting for the need for camp counsellors to go to a First Nations reserve in Northern Ontario on the ServiceLink webs

 
Posted: September 12, 2014

Can I be honest with you, reader? The last thing I want to do is write an article about Gaza.

 
Posted: September 8, 2014

I support Bill C-36. It’s a start, a good one, towards protecting those who are vulnerable. But it’s not black and white.

 
Posted: September 5, 2014

Every few months a new report shows that the effects of climate change are becoming increasingly irreversible. Clearly United Nations’ Secretary General Ban Ki-moon understands the gravity of the climate situation when he noted that, “we know that we are not on track, and time is not on our side.”

 
Posted: September 2, 2014

My colleague Shannon Jammal-Hollemans recently made a powerful statement, saying Christians tend to focus on the Fall at the Tree of the Knowledge of good and evil, rather than focusing on the Tree of Life. I believe this cuts to the core of the “burden” of injustice, shedding light on the frustrating, paradoxical occurrence of disempowered Jesus followers.

 
Posted: August 29, 2014

We pray; we lament; we give to relief agencies. But we also struggle to understand why this is happening and who’s to blame. And the TV news channels are quick to serve up all kinds of plausible-sounding answers.

 
Posted: August 25, 2014

Shortly after the birth of my second son, Sam, I went back to work. After months of being home all the time, I was once again immersed in one of the unspoken trials of modern parenthood: daycare drop-off.

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