April 20th, 2018

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“Here First”–an argument that has never worked and still doesn’t.

By admin on February 22nd, 2018

Source: Sniff Test “Here First”–an argument that has never worked and still doesn’t. “First Nations”. “Aboriginal”. “First peoples”. “Here First”. “Indigenous”. Here before the “Settlers”. All labels for people who have been consistently abused by invaders of various kinds. And all labels used to help bolster arguments—in the courts and in public discourse—for … Continue ... Read More »

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North Lake Tahoe

By Luke Fandrich on February 22nd, 2018

Source: Editing Luke North Lake Tahoe A continuation of my photo set around Lake Tahoe, and a few visual highlights from the insane winter conditions that greeted me in the Sierra Nevada mountains of Nevada and California.The roads were literal trenches in the mountain passes.The amount of snow was insane, but it sure was beautiful... Read More »

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Lenten Ember Day One: Wednesday—Anglican Renewal Ministries Canada Call to Prayer

By on February 21st, 2018

Source: GENEralities Lenten Ember Day One: Wednesday—Anglican Renewal Ministries Canada Call to Prayer It begins again. Wednesday, the first of the Lenten Ember Days. The morning Book of Common Prayer readings include the final verses of Matthew 26 where Peter denies Jesus. Uncomfortable on any day, but especially on an Ember Day when I’m really ... Read More »

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Anglican Renewal Ministries Canada Call to Prayer

By on February 19th, 2018

Source: GENEralities Anglican Renewal Ministries Canada Call to Prayer Last Sunday, the First in Lent, our priest called us to worship using the following Exhortation: Brethren, in the primitive Church it was the custom to observe with great devotion the days of our Lord’s Passion and Resurrection, and to prepare for the same by a season ... Read More »

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We need to fix this, Canada.

By admin on February 18th, 2018

Source: Sniff Test We need to fix this, Canada. The Colton Boushie trial is over. Gerald Stanley was found Not Guilty. The situation and the system sucked. Lives are still ruined. And a young man, with his whole life ahead of him, is still dead. Briefly, some young people … Continue reading &#... Read More »

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Inside the Modernized Medicine Hat High School

By Luke Fandrich on February 18th, 2018

Source: Editing Luke Inside the Modernized Medicine Hat High School After several years of planning, documenting, demolition, renovation, and even a photo book of the high school as it was, the newly modernized Medicine Hat High School in Medicine Hat, Alberta has been completed and was opened at the start of the 2017 school year. This series ... Read More »

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Jasper, Alberta

By Luke Fandrich on February 17th, 2018

Source: Editing Luke Jasper, Alberta The town of Jasper, Alberta is the hub of Jasper National Park. In contrast to Banff, Jasper is notably smaller and as a result feels a bit more relaxed. The community is certainly still tourist driven, but it’s a lot easier to get around. Between visits to the Jasper Park ... Read More »

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sophia bartholomew

By Noriko on February 16th, 2018

Source: Medalta sophia bartholomew The post sophia bartholomew appeared first on Medalta... Read More »

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Xanthe Isbister’s First Medicine Hat Love

By Medalta on February 16th, 2018

Source: Medalta Xanthe Isbister’s First Medicine Hat Love The post Xanthe Isbister’s First Medicine Hat Love appeared first on Medalta... Read More »

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Jasper Park Information Centre Historic Site

By Luke Fandrich on February 16th, 2018

Source: Editing Luke Jasper Park Information Centre Historic Site Completed in 1914, the Jasper Park Information Centre is a National Historic Site of Canada. Located in the townsite of Jasper, Alberta, the building is noteworthy for its rustic architecture and use of local cobblestone and timber in its construction. The building originally housed the park ... Read More »

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