Indigenous Peoples[ edit ] Young girl from Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations in traditional tree fibre clothing - ca.
Shutting Down Canada's Busiest Highway For a moment there, I was worried they were cutting off Fort MacMurray ; Ontario Provincial Police shut down Canada's busiest highway early Friday morning west of Kingston due to native protesters in the area, who had earlier blockaded a section of secondary highway and a stretch of nearby railway track on the eve of the National Day of Action.
Friday morning, the Ontario Provincial Police closed Highway both ways between Napanee and Belleville and were diverting traffic north onto Hwy 7 due to native protesters "being in the direct area, for safety reasons," said Sergeant Kristine Rae of the Smith Falls detachment. Mark my words - the moment is approaching when a bandana prowling these police protected barricades will end up in the crosshairs of someone's high powered rifle.
And right after that, Dalton McGuinty will blame Americans. At the BBC, forum comments that go horribly wrong. Speaking of stereotyping and double standards - note the photograph chosen to illustrate this post. Astonishingly, Dawg responds with this: When I see a cowboy hat, I think "cattle industry".
In Dawg's "progressive" world, cowboy hat means "racist".
Because, as we all know, western rural culture is synonymous with intolerance. Posted by Kate at June 29, 2:benjaminpohle.com is Canada's largest online news site.
From national coverage and issues to local headlines and stories across the country, the Star is your home for Canadian news and perspectives. As a follow-up to Tuesday’s post about the majority-minority public schools in Oslo, the following brief account reports the latest statistics on the cultural enrichment of schools in Austria.
Vienna is the most fully enriched location, and seems to be in roughly the same situation as Oslo. Many thanks to Hermes for the translation from benjaminpohle.com The contributions of, in particular, Jeannette Armstrong and Drew Hayden Taylor intelligently and playfully whittle away the Native/non-Native dialectic that runs throughout the book, recognizing not only the importance of Aboriginal contributions to Canadian identity and culture, but also the importance of Aboriginal contributions to.
JSTOR is a digital library of academic journals, books, and primary sources. Customs duties on goods from countries who are part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership will be reduced under a bill passed by the Parliament.
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Newhouse, Cora J. Voyageur, and Dan Beavon, editors. Hidden in Plain Sight: Contributions of Aboriginal Peoples to Canadian Identity and Culture.