Tag Archives: First Nations

#anonymous sent me

Earlier this month, it was revealed that one of the victims of the June 4th London terrorist attack was a young woman from Castlegar, BC. Her name was Chrissy Archibald, and she died in the arms of her fiance after being mercilessly run down on the London Bridge. The response was obviously heartbreak and rage, […]

Ali for President

My husband Scott just returned from our favourite corner store, the Hasty MarketĀ (at Main and 16th) with some tasty new ginger beers. While the impressive selection of international soda pops, licorice and gummy candies is a real draw, it’s actually the shop attendant Ali who makes our day. He is truly the most joyous, humble, […]

The Two Patriarchies, and Why Skateistan Rules

On International Women’s Day I noticed on my Facebook newsfeed a lot of celebration of women from developing countries, and countries that have had a history of oppressing women. The photos show women who have raised themselves up and rebelled for the sake of their daughters and sisters, and taken on daring roles in their […]