Fort Albany, a remote First Nation community in Northern Ontario, Canada, once home to a notorious residential school, is on a path of healing and rediscovery of culture.
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Montreal is a city where Canadians feel as foreigners and Europeans at home, an island where sometimes you feel yourself in a North American suburb, other times on a busy New York Avenue, and others in a small town in the north of France.
[morning melody] You might have stayed up All night, clicking at every link To your daydream, searching For a soulmate in the cyberspace You might have enjoyed an early dose Of original sin between sleep and wake Before packing up all your seasonal greetings With your luggage to catch the first plane Or sitting up […]
Following exhibitions in the US, Russia, and South America, international photo-based artist Frank Rodick will exhibit new work at Toronto’s Articsók Gallery. Entitled Everything Will Be Forgotten and opening April 30th 6-9 pm, the exhibition will include over 25 images, most making their Canadian debuts. Visitors will have opportunity to see two intimately related series: Rodick’s […]
Photo essay by Pedro Isztin. Spirit, you are separate from the container of your impermanence. Through patience and attention, your subtle presence is revealed…
In recent years, Port Hope (Ontario, Canada) has undergone a significant radioactive waste remediation and removal process. Houses, farms, and public property have been identified for the removal of radioactive waste.
The project Half of the Room addresses the concept of Home and Homelessness with respect to issues of loss, trauma, death and hope, drawn from both personal and observational experiences.
In the far eastern Canada, the Big Island of Newfoundland is still a wild land sparsely populated. On this rugged coastline of 250 km from Port aux Basques Harbour Breton…
Jonathan Taggart, Split Like a Crutch, from PRIVATE 48 – Economic inequalities, pp. 20-23 he reserves of the In-SHUCK-ch Nation are scattered along both sides of British Columbia’s Lillooet River between the towns of Pemberton and Harrison Lake. Like many of Canada’s indigenous communities, the settlements of the In-SHUCK-ch exist in isolation, the nearest town an hour’s drive away […]
Rod Blake and his family are environment conscious forest managers. The way Blake runs his company has been endorsed as being a socially beneficial and economically viable management of the world’s forests.