Day: July 16, 2020

A volcano brewing beneath Canada

By Andrea Palframan / July 16, 2020 /

Was it only two years ago that Canada promised to develop legislation to implement the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples? Just three years since Prime Minister Trudeau declared that no relationship was more important to this country than the one with Indigenous Peoples? And has it really been five years since people…

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Orca soundings and the seeds of regeneration

By Andrea Palframan / July 16, 2020 /

This piece comes from a talk given at the opening of “Against the Current”, an art exhibit featuring work by Salish Sea artists in celebration of orca culture.  Learn more about the Orca Soundings project at https://orcasoundings.org. Moby Dick is a book that presents one of the most pure villains in literature: Ahab, the captain…

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