Originally posted on RED POWER MEDIA:
“The information we have received on his situation is deeply troubling; his family and our entire community is concerned about his mental health and safety,” Chief Bull said.(Getty Images/iStockphoto) The Globe and Mail, Oct. 21, 2016 A First Nations chief has joined the effort to free a young aboriginal…
Originally posted on Warrior Publications:
Graphic: Rebel Youth Magazine by Jay Watts, Rebel Youth, April 15, 2016 In 1995, a report issued as part of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples called suicide “one of the most urgent problems facing aboriginal communities.” 22 years later, Canada’s ongoing colonial project is still taking a staggering and…
Now this is funny. One Good Dad In honor of National Breastfeeding month, I made my kids eat their lunch under a blanket just like the old days of when they were infants. It turns out it isn’t the ideal way to eat. Who knew? Other posts on breastfeeding that you might enjoy: A Dad’s… Continue reading My Kids Eating Lunch Under a Blanket in Honor of National Breastfeeding Month
The last of last-year’s canned heirloom tomatoes. Fresh noodles and just a hint of parmesan cheese on top; but with a thick creamy spinach and ricotta layer.
So my mom designs wedding cakes. Jewelcakes Stunning works of art made from all organic ingredients and home-grown organic flowers that she hand-candies. To be honest, it’s kind of ridiculous. They are probably the most beautiful works of art I have seen. So last year she invited me to come up to the Comox Valley,… Continue reading Wedding show!
Pecans and hand-made pastry
Originally posted on the voice in my head:
Since Mother’s Day 2009 I have seldom had back pain. If I do, I can usually trace it to emotional stress, and get rid of it. One night about three years ago, I went to a party. I didn’t want to go, didn’t want to be there…
My Grandfather on Remembrance Day with a cake screen printed with his picture of when he joined the Army.