Monthly Archives: October 2010

samhain and ecovillages

Samhain (pronounced “saw wain”) explained, by Pashta MaryMoon who’s also involved in helping create a public ritual so we can take time from our busy schedules to connect with the earth, the seasons, and ourselves.  In the second half, Al … Continue reading

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chatting with blind kenny

Since his partner died in early September, Kenny has been living at Vic General Hospital. Today he told me the story of being handcuffed and dragged out of his own home the day after Linda’s funeral, then put into a … Continue reading

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bunnies, homelessness, and another canadian winter

Roslyn Cassels talks about the latest attempt to relocate the University of Victoria’s world famous bunnies.  And Adrienne Montani, working for BC Child and Youth Advocacy, expresses concern on behalf of many non-profit and charitable organizations frustrated with the federal … Continue reading

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woc: challenging injustice in bc’s forests, and in palestine

BC’s Attorney General wants to throw Betty Krawczyk, great grandmother and eco-feminist, in jail for the rest of her life.  The Province of BC and its corporate friends are repeat offenders, locking forest protectors away  because they can’t be cured … Continue reading

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