This Thanksgiving, Keep the Conversation Going.

      Today, as you celebrate with family and friends and think about all that you are thankful for, take a moment to reflect on how you can give back, and how to keep having important conversations. One week ago was Canada’s first inaugural National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. September 30th marked a day of conversations, listening, learning, reflecting, and grieving.…

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A Message from Our Executive Director

Trying to do better This article contains content about residential schools that may be triggering. Support for survivors and their families is available. Call the Indian Residential School Survivors Society at 1-800-721-0066 or 1-866-925-4419 for the 24-7 crisis line. The KUU-US Crisis Line Society also offers 24-7 support at 250-723-4050 for adults, 250-723-2040 for youth, or toll-free at…

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US Election Lessons

100% Renewable Kootenays volunteers have conversations with residents on clean energy community solutions By Montana Burgess I thought Donald Trump would be president. I knew it was logical for so many reasons, but I still didn’t emotionally prepare for the reality. Yesterday, I stayed in my sweatpants and spent most of the day reflecting on how this happened. I had a hard time doing much else. I…

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