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August 19th 2022
There are a lot of things I would rather be doing than writing this op-ed. I’d rather be out on the land with my 10 grandsons, spending quality time teaching them about our deep cultural connection to our Homeland. I am away from home right now, committed to a Wolastoqewi Youth Cultural Camp.
But once again, fossil fuel companies are threatening our unceded and unsurrendered Homeland we call Wolastokuk, and once again, I must raise my voice to defend and protect our rights and Homeland.
Wolastoqewiyik (People of the Beautiful and Bountiful River) hold a special and deep relationship with the land and water. Our connection to Wolastokuk is physical, geographical, biological, spiritual, cultural, and linguistic.
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