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Once upon a time, about 20 years ago now, I was part of a Bible study group in Calgary. We had worked our way through Creation, the stories of the patriarchs, and had just finished the story of Passover and the escape from Egypt through the parted Sea.

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Born in the Night…..again and again…

I came to him in the night. I didn’t want to draw attention to him, or to me for that matter. Such an encounter in the light of day would have caused, … ripples, a stir, a disturbance.

Inuit throat singing is more than music—it’s friendly competition between two singers trying to go the longest without laughing or stopping for breath.

Of the 87 Aboriginal Canadian languages spoken in the last century, 61 are endangered, 24 are vulnerable and two became extinct within living memory

Aboriginal Peoples invented a meat and berry mixture call pemmican—the continent’s first energy bar!—and later shared the food with European settlers.

First Nations People couldn’t vote until 1960—12 years after the UN’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

In the days of the fur traders, the Métis earned a special Cree nickname: “o-tee-paym-soo-wuk,” which means “their own boss.” They were known for being proud hunters and legendary trailblazers.

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