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A Global Indigenous Dialogue (GID) on the theme, 'Understanding our Roots: from healing to harmony' marked the United Nations International Day of Indigenous Peoples in Caux.
Jessie Sutherland tells Paul Williams about the life-threatening experiences which brought her home in more ways than one.
The centennial events in Alberta and Saskatchewan celebrated the diversity of our peoples.
William Commanda, an aboriginal North American chief, survived cancer and alcoholism to pioneer the idea of a ‘Circle of Nations’, reports Henry F Heald. is worth visiting. You will find vigorous, frank, constructive discussion between indigenous and non-indigenous Canadians.
Canadian novelist and newspaper columnist David Jenneson was just 18 in August 1967, when he had an experience that was to play a major role in his life.
David Swann is a medical doctor who has become known in Canada for sticking his neck out on points of principle. He talked to Gordon Legge at a moment when the debate about war with Iraq was at its height.
Tony Reynolds was a high flier until a change of motive led his career into a seeming backwater. But, as he tells Paul Williams, there were unexpected spin-offs.
John Bocock is a dairy and grain farmer in the Canadian prairies to the north of Edmonton, Alberta.
Vision TV, Canada, is a network with a difference--religious but multifaith, incisive but non-confrontational. Choice Okoro meets its Vice-President, Rita Deverell.