I read Mi’kmaq couple bring their language to hit TV show Vikings https://ift.tt/2QODka1 A Cape Breton, N.S., couple have translated their Mi’kmaq language skills into being hired by the popular television show Vikings. Tom and Carol Ann Johnson of Eskasoni gained fame for dubbing the popular British clay-mation movie Chicken Run into the Mi’kmaq language. via […]

I read Food, nature and time https://ift.tt/3fpCJWJ It isn’t especially natural to eat three meals a day. If it was, then trying to get children to eat at the ‘right’ time and not eat at other times would not be an ongoing struggle for parents. via IFTTT

I read Sly Flourish’s Guide to to Narrative “Theater of the Mind” Combat in the 5th Edition of Dungeons & Dragons https://ift.tt/2VhOjZx Note, this guide has been updated since the original written in October 2015. This guide aims to help Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition DMs run narrative “theater of the mind” style combat. This […]

I read Stewart Brand: We Are (Still) As Gods https://ift.tt/2OHYki4 Has anyone lived a more interesting, influential, and inspiring life than Stewart Brand? Born in 1938 and educated at Stanford and by the United States army, Brand was a Merry Prankster who helped conduct Ken Kesey’s legendary acid tests in the 1960s. via IFTTT

I read Nunavut MP says fault for Nunavut’s housing problems ‘lies squarely with federal government’ https://ift.tt/31s4tBQ Mumilaaq Qaqqaq says she won’t forget the smell of mould that permeated through houses she visited across the territory last year. The member of Parliament from Nunavut travelled to communities in the Kitikmeot and Kivalliq regions in the fall […]

I read Blocking is Back: Why Internet Blocking is the Next Big Canadian Policy Battle https://ift.tt/3r0Fboy In early 2018, Bell led a consortium of companies and organizations arguing for the creation of a new website blocking system in Canada. Complete with a new anti-piracy agency and CRTC stamp of approval, the vision was to create […]

I read Stories we need to change https://ift.tt/3sDZk5I There are a lot of stories in popular culture that do far more harm than good. One of them goes as follows – and I’ve seen variations of it many times in films. There are some men who have a job to do. A sexy lady person […]

I read City Motel affordable housing project on thin ice https://ift.tt/3wdx3oq After the rejection of zoning for a downtown assisted living facility, another project to provide housing for Fredericton’s homeless people may also be on thin ice. via IFTTT

I read Gilbert Sewell: Miꞌkmaꞌki’s best kept secret https://ift.tt/31qLEic Editor’s note: Gilbert Sewell, a Mi’kmaw elder from Pabineau First Nation who worked to preserve Mi’kmaw stories, language and culture, died on Sunday, March 21. He was 81. Gilbert Sewell was a knowledge Keeper, a Wisdom Keeper, a Medicine Picker, a Lodge Keeper. via IFTTT

I read Une Autochtone du Canada défendra les droits des premiers peuples aux Nations unies https://ift.tt/3lYfp3x Sheryl Lightfoot, professeure à l’Université de la Colombie-Britannique (UBC), a été nommée au comité des Nations unies chargé de promouvoir et de protéger les droits des peuples autochtones. via IFTTT