zondag, juli 11, 2021

Joint statement: NCTR to work with the Oblates to access residential school records



Federal and provincial governments, medical institutions, and Catholic entities must provide open and accountable records access

maandag, juli 05, 2021

Proef druk



"Zee van sinaasappel
 overstroomt het centrum
 terwijl Londenaren
 wandelen in solidariteit met inheemse mensen"



zondag, juli 04, 2021

It had to be done

The FSIN says sites including the Muskowekwan IRS, Onion Lake St. Anthony's IRS, Beauval IRS, Guy Hill IRS, Lebret IRS and Sturgeon Landing IRS have potential mass graves.

vrijdag, juli 02, 2021

Brug 140



Permissions to come ashore  
fishing for Edward Colston, Bristol



Allemaal de buik vol

Dus lagen de  kinderen rustig achterin te slapen, 


had ook pa z'n buik vol

en wist ik niet dat ik het in me had:

op naar  de borden gebakken vis! 

Victoria, Victoria

driemaal in de rondte van je hopsasa 



donderdag, juli 01, 2021

De Bosatlas; song of an ostracized imp

 Komt Sam Moos tegen op de Coolsingel ....

Hulde aan onze bevrijders! 




Toronto Star, 30-6-2021

OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he asked that the national flag on the Peace Tower remain at half-mast for Canada Day to honour the Indigenous children who died in residential schools.

In a post on his Twitter account Wednesday, Trudeau said he made the decision as he and many Canadians reflect on the tragedy of the institutions.

Hours later, the Lower Kootenay Band in British Columbia said a search using ground-penetrating radar had found 182 human remains in unmarked graves at a site close to a former residential school in Cranbrook.

Speaking at a news conference in Ottawa, Trudeau said it’s not just for institutions and governments to act to right the wrongs that were done to Indigenous people but it’s also for individual Canadians to have conversations on what should be done.




Live web-streaming events in public libraries, ceremonies at University of Winnipeg mark report release

Winnipeg's Truth and Reconciliation events began Tuesday with a prayer and a question:

Jans Tabak