Category Archives: CBC’s 100 True Stories that Make You Proud to be Canadian

8. Damned Nations (Samantha Nutt)

“My aim is simply to introduce a process of critical reflection considering our own actions and deeds, and how, collectively, we are so often implicated in horrific acts of violence, around the world while our personal interventions rarely do more … Continue reading

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Dr. Samantha Nutt: Leadership Call to Action

The University of Guelph hosted humanitarian and author, Dr. Samantha Nutt at the Leadership Call to Action event on January 18, 2017. ¬†It was open to students and alumni of the Master of Arts Leadership program and was a great … Continue reading

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7. Up Ghost River (Edmund Metatawabin)

Up Ghost river is a harrowing, yet hopeful, memoir of a strong man haunted by the shadows of the notorious St. Anne’s Residential School. ¬†Edmund Metatawabin was enrolled in this school in the early 1950s at the age of seven. … Continue reading

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