One of the things I find most unique about my current job in child care is that they promote the cultural well-being of the children. Lately I've been spending quite some time working in the Aboriginal Head Start Programs (for the record my favourite sites to work at!) and being a witness to the revival… Continue reading Something New
A while back I completed a 12 week online course through the University of Alberta. I totally forgot to blog about it so let's rewind! From June to September 2017 I participated in a FREE interactive course called Indigenous Canada. The weekly lessons in this course present topics on Canadian history from the perspective of… Continue reading REWIND! Indigenous Canada
It's been a while since I've been active on my blog but I'm back! I've been busy with work, school, and fundraising. Below is a short video clip updating where I am at with Step One of POH. Enjoy! 🙂 -Miss. Solidarity
I thought it would be interesting if I created videos documenting my participation in Project of Heart. Below is my first video (in two parts)! I am new to vlogging and am learning as I go 🙂 In addition to what I mentioned in my video, I look forward to learning more about the Metis… Continue reading Vlog 1 – Project of Heart
It's been three years since I've been out of school but my love for learning new things has stayed with me. What I enjoyed the most about being a university student was getting assigned research essays and literature reviews. Yeah, writing these papers were challenging and very time consuming but for some reason I really enjoyed… Continue reading Project of Heart
Time to rummage through our drawers and closets, September 30th is Orange Shirt Day! So, what is this day about? September 30th is a day to remember and honour the survivors (and those who did not survive) of the Indian Residential School System. It is also a day for survivors to share their stories and… Continue reading Orange Shirt Day
I'm 5 months in at my new job and it's due time that I give an update on the journey! Since the beginning of April I've been working as a casual staff in NCFST's Child Care Centres and Aboriginal Head Start programs promoting the well-being of children ages 0-6 years old. So far it's been… Continue reading She Called Me “Auntie” !