The fourth in a series of Indian residential school reminiscences from a survivor of Saskatchewan and Manitoba schools in the 1950s.
The third in a series by a residential school survivor who attended institutions in Saskatchewan and Manitoba in the 1950s.
The second in an ongoing series of writings by a survivor of Canada’s residential school system.
Jane Glennon (Woodland Cree), B.A., B.S.W., M.S.W., is a retired social worker, counsellor and teacher who currently lives in Prince Albert, SK. A member of the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation, her published work includes “Traditional Parenting,” a chapter in the book, As We See… Aboriginal Pedagogy (University of Saskatchewan Extension Press, 1998). = = = […]
Amidst the tulips, tourists, and perfectly landscaped government spaces of Ottawa, lives an understated yet growing independent arts scene. Though sometimes hard to spot for those casually passing through, this scene — rife with small galleries, film collectives, indie music shows, and festivals — has helped to transform the side streets of the nation’s capital […]