Where are all our flowers going?

By Virginia “Ginny” Doctor June 11, 2019 The widespread murder and disappearance of Indigenous women and girls in Canada calls us to value them differently—before they’re all gone—argues Ginny Doctor. “Where have all the flowers gone…?” – Pete Seeger I grew up on a reserve near Syracuse, New York. As children, for the most part, … Continue reading “Where are all our flowers going?”

Edmonton consultation examines impact of human trafficking in Indigenous communities

The Rev. Lori Calkins speaks at the Edmonton human trafficking consultation on the Ni wapataenan (“We See”) art project, which sought to raise awareness of the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. Photo by Margaret Glidden By Matt Gardner on December 18, 2018 Facebook Twitter email From Oct. 21–24, the Ecclesiastical Province … Continue reading “Edmonton consultation examines impact of human trafficking in Indigenous communities”