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Residential schools: a legacy of trauma

Posted on May 30, 2019

BY MARCUS DAY On Sunday, the Nekaneet First Nation community held a walk to raise awareness about substance abuse. Among the 30 who took part… Read More »

Nekaneet Cree Nation: Walk against substance abuse

Posted on May 30, 2019

BY MARCUS DAY Their lives touched by tragedy, Nekaneet Cree Nation members left their homes to go walking on Sunday morning. For about two hours… Read More »

Lace up your shoes in fight against MS

Posted on April 30, 2019

BY MARCUS DAY For many years John Henrion walked the walk in the fight against multiple sclerosis ... even if that meant doing so from… Read More »

Happy April Fool’s Day, grandma … love Tenille

Posted on April 2, 2019

BY MARCUS DAY Tenille Camphaug and her grandma Nesta have been pranking each other on April 1 for 22 years – and the family tradition… Read More »

Giving hope to teenage girls in need

Posted on March 28, 2019

BY MARCUS DAY Two women, two contrasting backgrounds, two perspectives, one dream. Meet Kristen Zilkie and Bernadette (Berni) Dowkes, whose different experiences are helping to… Read More »

“Moses, you’re a champion”

Posted on March 27, 2019

BY MARCUS DAY Moses Barker had an extra special wish for his 8th birthday. He asked that friends donate to the Assembly of God Church’s… Read More »

Celebrating family, friends and cultures

Posted on February 19, 2019

BY MARCUS DAY Show Harry Donaldson an eastern brown snake or a tiny, cute-looking blue-ringed octopus, and he will know what to do: leave well… Read More »

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