Critical Moment for Canadian Indigenous/settler Relations!

This coming  Wednesday, February 7 is critical to Canadian Indigenous/settler relations and will speak volumes about what is true about our collective resolve to move past wounding relationships to mutually flourishing ones. Here’s how your voice can be heard…

Freedom Is Coming: Report on City Councillors’ Trip to Shoal Lake 40 First Nation

…we are well on our way to a new and mutually flourishing relationship with our good neighbours at Shoal Lake 40 First Nation.

Open (time sensitive) Letter to Church Pastors and Administrators re: Shoal Lake 40 Freedom Road

This is our chance to join in on the better history of Christ’s Church rising up to champion the marginalized and oppressed, as mandated in Micah 6:8…

Lessons From Bono and George Bush re: Shoal Lake 40 Freedom Road

This is a matter of local, regional and national justice and integrity with symbolic potential to begin a sea-change in relations between First Nations and Canadian Settler peoples….

I WILL VOTE FOR CHANGE

“Certainly, as a Christian, I feel no neccesarry affiliation with any one ideology. A healthy theology of “the fall” assures me that politics is pretty much always going to be a broken response to a broken situation—necessary, but broken…”

Off to the JUNOS!

Friday afternoon Nance and I leave for “the Rock” – St. John’s Newfoundland – to attend this year’s JUNO Awards. For those of you living below the 49th parallel – the JUNOs are Canada’s music industry award much like the Grammy’s are in the States…

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