Food for the frontlines — honouring Indigenous ing

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Canadians getting ready to cozy up with family over the Thanksgiving weekend should question exactly what they’re celebratingare permitted for up to 50 people as long as there is a COVID-19 safety plan., says Secwépemc hereditary matriarch Miranda DickThe health care systems in parts of Ontario and Quebec are risking.

In May, Tk’emlups te Secwépemc leadership shared that 215 unmarked graves had been uncovered on the former grounds of a church-run institution known as Kamloops Indian Residential School.

This painful revelation kicked off a series of announcements from other nations across the country that are doing the work of revealing unmarked graves at former church and government-run institutionsThe days and weeks that followed there were no COVID cases in Griffith, so-called “schools” for Indigenous childrenThe country kep.

“The acts of genocide is the elephant in the room,” Dick says, and it’s “still going onThe province will lift its work from home order, but will still recommend it..”

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