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Alyssa Buck Moose Jaw Pride I was first sexually assaulted at nine years old. I hadn’t ever shared my experience out loud – never mind in print – until just recently. That was just the first of many experiences with sexual assault and harassment that shaped...
Tammy Miller Modern Family Moose Jaw As a mother of five, my hope is my children will grow up close and connected. With all of the fighting and constant teasing between them, I’ve always felt unsure that this would actually happen. I mean, honestly, who wakes up...
Let’s talk about it Lori Deets Last Saturday, on Sept. 30, I was co-facilitating a Blanket Exercise as part of Culture Days. The Blanket Exercise is an interactive learning exercise where participants re-enact 500 years of history as Indigenous peoples. The land of North America (or...
Indigenous women especially affected by homelessness Lori Deets Let’s talk about it I am just back from three days in a life far removed from mine. I could not believe my eyes when I flew into Toronto, looking out onto a city that has over double the...
Jordan Bosch Special to the Times-Herald The Moose Jaw Cultural Centre was pretty busy on Saturday night for the showcasing of Josi Victoria: A Complicated Masquerade. The documentary film by local artist Ken Dalgarno chronicles the transition of his friend, a man born Greg Martin, into the...
New questions have emerged about the government-owned inland port The scandal surrounding the Global Transportation Hub, or GTH, has been a constant headache for the provincial government since 2013. The snafu began when it was discovered the Crown-owned corporation had overpaid for 204 acres of land...
Moose Jaw Multicultural Council pitches in to help grow food for needy Fall is harvest time in Saskatchewan and farmers are working to get their crops out of the ground. But on Thursday another kind of harvest was under way in Wakamow Valley. The Mosaic Food...
Let's Talk About It Lori Deets I have been asked to attend a national conference about creating a women’s housing strategy. I will be attending as a voice for “racialized women.” When I first saw those words I really wasn’t sure how I felt. Am I...
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