How we frame things determines what we see and (sometimes) what occurs next. Here’s an excerpt: We Are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008)

The Lakeshore Asylum Cemetery Project invites you to attend a Socially Distanced “Fall Visit and Clean-Up” on Saturday, Nov. 6, 2021 at 1:00 pm

Oct. 26, 2021 CBC interactive feature: Saving Chinatown: The modern city is closing in on Montreal’s Chinatown and advocates fear the historic neighbourhood could disappear if more protections aren’t urgently implemented

On Sept. 2, 2021, we met for a high school picnic at an apartment parking lot with a great view of Lake Ontario. We learned how Bois-de-Saraguay in Montreal was saved from destruction.

Draft 3 of panel presentation: 30th anniversary of first national stuttering conference in Canada for people who stutter

Owner launches appeal against Town of Niagara on the Lake order to look after the Rand Estate

SORE (Save Our Rand Estate: Niagara on the Lake) nominated for cultural heritage landscape award

A person can find it useful to compare notes with people who’ve had similar life experiences

The histories of the world regions that Western military forces were stepping into were ignored or else were (among decision makers) beyond comprehension