REVIEW: 21 Things You May Not Know About The Indian Act by Bob Joseph

Did you know that February is also Indigenous Storytelling Month? I saw something about this earlier in the month, but for some reason, it did not click until I saw it again at my public library. The good news is that I was already there to pick up a book that would be perfect to …

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REVIEW: 12 Days a Slave by Solomon Northup

February is Black History Month, so in order to honour that, I opted to read the autobiography of Solomon Northup that covers the time he spent enslaved. One of things that I am being cognizant of is that Black History should not be confined to a single month of the year, but rather a year …

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A chilling look into Saskatchewan history

I have seen horror through the eyes of a child - James Daschuk, Author of Clearing the Pines This line on the back of The Education of Augie Merasty: A Residential School Memoir captured my attention immediately. That and the beautiful cover showing a solitary mitten in the snow. When I decided that I was …

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