The long road to reconciliation

Discourse For First Nations people living in Canada’s small towns, practical change seems a distant reality In a busy Tim Hortons on the Trans-Canada Highway in Kenora, Ont., the conversation often turns to reconciliation. Marlene Elder, Dan Yerxa, Geraldine...

One town, two worlds: Reconciliation in Port Alberni

Discourse ‘Racism is like a sleeping bear: You poke it and if it wakes up, it’s angry.’ Cole Sayers, member of the Hupacasath First Nation Port Alberni is a 70-minute drive west of Nanaimo on Vancouver Island. The hardscrabble logging and mill town...