Archives: First Nations
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
99 Stories and Racism is One
That moment when you’re standing at the Dryden airport, surrounded by a sea of tan MNRF travel shirts, brass nametags, and green Nomex pants. That moment when another white crew cab rolls up, and four crew people jump out, unloading their red and blue bags. Four new faces. Four new stories. That moment when the...
Thursday, May 21, 2015
Rock Cuts, Lakes, and Basemap 36555
I grew up in the small town of Deep River, Ontario. 4200 people. Originally created to house employees of Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, I grew up with the narrow-minded impression that everyone would eventually become a doctor, engineer, technician, or researcher of some sort. Some might say (namely my parents) that I had...