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    ‘No Such Matter As An Indian Writer’

    [Editor’s note: ‘Resonance: Essays on the Craft and Life of Writing’ is a 2022 essay collection edited by Andrew Chesham and Laura Farina, published by Anvil Press Publishers in Vancouver. The volume features the work of local writers reflecting on their craft. The collection is a big-hearted reflection on wading through the muck of life itself. The volume features an essay by Joseph Kakwinokanasum, featured here. In it, he reflects on how his experiences as an Indigenous man have shaped his life and work. Content note: this story contains information related to the residential school system and intergenerational trauma. It may be triggering to some readers.] It was the summer…

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    ‘MCFD Needs to Do Better’

    [Editor’s note: This story contains disturbing information about the death of a child.] Household associates of Noelle O’Soup and Indigenous leaders are calling for improve next the discovery of the 14-calendar year-old’s overall body in a solitary-area occupancy making in the Downtown Eastside. Announcements, Events & more from Tyee and decide on companions Cover the Landscape of Work for The Tyee We’re wanting for a stellar journalist to join our group. Applications open until July 17. New Opportunities for Early Profession Journalists at The Tyee We’re partnering with Hummingbird and Journalists for Human Rights to supply two paid fellowships. Purposes are open up. O’Soup, who was also identified as Ellie,…

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    Indigenous Brilliance Is Everywhere | The Tyee

    Events commemorating National Indigenous History Month have been held throughout B.C. over the past four weeks, but efforts to recognize the distinct, diverse histories and cultures of First Nations, Inuit and Métis can and should continue past June 30. Announcements, Events & more from Tyee and select partners Cover the Landscape of Work for The Tyee We’re looking for a stellar journalist to join our team. Applications open until July 17. New Opportunities for Early Career Journalists at The Tyee We’re partnering with Hummingbird and Journalists for Human Rights to offer two paid fellowships. Applications are open. Vancouver’s fifth poet laureate, Christie Lee Charles (also known as “Miss Christie Lee”),…

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    Canada’s Higher Honour for Michael Harris

    In excess of his long journalism career, Michael Harris has been given quite a few awards. Now the Tyee contributing editor has been appointed to the Order of Canada, one particular of the country’s highest honours. Bulletins, Occasions & extra from Tyee and choose companions Cover the Landscape of Work for The Tyee We’re seeking for a stellar journalist to be part of our group. Programs open until eventually July 17. New Alternatives for Early Job Journalists at The Tyee We’re partnering with Hummingbird and Journalists for Human Rights to provide two compensated fellowships. Applications are open. Wednesday’s announcement that Harris is among 85 new appointments to the order provided…

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    Court Ruling Shows Failure by BC’s Public Guardian, Says Victim

    Terry Morrison thinks British Columbia’s Public Guardian and Trustee should have done more to protect the interests of his younger sister and should compensate her for her losses. Announcements, Events & more from Tyee and select partners Cover the Landscape of Work for The Tyee We’re looking for a stellar journalist to join our team. Applications open until July 17. New Opportunities for Early Career Journalists at The Tyee We’re partnering with Hummingbird and Journalists for Human Rights to offer two paid fellowships. Applications are open. And he worries other vulnerable people may also be at risk. “I thought they would have done something,” said Morrison on the phone one…

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    No Return Ticket | The Tyee

    At first, Mary didn’t tell her father the real reason why she was leaving Hong Kong. Announcements, Events & more from Tyee and select partners Cover the Landscape of Work for The Tyee We’re looking for a stellar journalist to join our team. Applications open until July 17. New Opportunities for Early Career Journalists at The Tyee We’re partnering with Hummingbird and Journalists for Human Rights to offer two paid fellowships. Applications are open. He was on the side of China’s crackdown on the city’s democratic movement, not surprising for a retired police officer. But Mary and her mother wanted more independence for their home. They were among the 1.7…

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    The Convoy’s Heading Back to Ottawa. Local community Solidarity Is All set

    Ottawa police are planning “unprecedented and unique” protection actions in reaction to any return of anti-govt demonstrations Friday for Canada Day. Announcements, Gatherings & far more from Tyee and select companions Cover the Landscape of Get the job done for The Tyee We’re on the lookout for a stellar journalist to sign up for our group. Purposes open up till July 17. New Options for Early Profession Journalists at The Tyee We’re partnering with Hummingbird and Journalists for Human Legal rights to give two paid fellowships. Apps are open. They you should not want a repeat of the gatherings that unfolded in Ottawa in February, when the city’s core was…

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    Witnessing the Truth of the matter | The Tyee

    The Witness Blanket: Fact, Artwork and Reconciliation Carey Newman and Kirstie Hudson Orca Ebook Publishers (2022) A new e-book for youngsters will assistance further more education on Indian Residential Universities in Canada. The Witness Blanket: Truth, Art and Reconciliation, co-authored by artist Carey Newman and author Kirstie Hudson, is a window into the ordeals Indigenous youngsters experienced at household schools. The 96-web page reserve is a vivid assortment of goods from the universities and personal ephemera from survivors along with information about the people today, policy and companies that contributed to the development or the dismantling of the household college method. Bulletins, Gatherings & more from Tyee and pick out…

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    BC’s Long Regime of Secrecy

    When debate on the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Amendment Act began last fall, Stephanie Cadieux, then Liberal MLA for Surrey-Cloverdale, was among many to note British Columbians are waiting longer and longer to obtain information from government that should simply be made freely and publicly available as a matter of course. Announcements, Events & more from Tyee and select partners Cover the Landscape of Work for The Tyee We’re looking for a stellar journalist to join our team. Applications open until July 17. New Opportunities for Early Career Journalists at The Tyee We’re partnering with Hummingbird and Journalists for Human Rights to offer two paid fellowships. Applications…

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    A Black-Centred STEAM Software Gets a New Dwelling Foundation in Vancouver

    This previous weekend marked the opening of Ethọ́s Lab’s initial actual physical home in Mount Enjoyable, a 1,000 square foot place on the ground flooring of a new artist-targeted housing elaborate operated by non-earnings 221A. Announcements, Functions & extra from Tyee and decide on partners Go over the Landscape of Operate for The Tyee We’re on the lookout for a stellar journalist to be a part of our team. Applications open up until July 17. New Opportunities for Early Occupation Journalists at The Tyee We’re partnering with Hummingbird and Journalists for Human Rights to give two paid out fellowships. Programs are open. Many thanks to COVID-19, the non-financial gain after-school…