Stories of illness and companionship
By Various Writers
Edward S. Curtis/Library and Archives Canada/PA-039476
A new museum in Winnipeg has become a flashpoint for how we interpret this country’s treatment of First Nations
By Larry Krotz
Photo by Tara Glenn
Plans to turn a small B.C. island into a coal-shipping hub have divided locals. As the conflict heats up, designated lay minister Karen May preaches patient activism.
By Pieta Woolley
All God’s creatures are sacred — except one
By Trisha Elliott
Photo by David Dowling
The United Church’s mobile counsellor, Irene Champagne, talks about residential school survivors and their families
By Kate Spencer
By Observer Staff
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