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Canada’s Green New Deal Came To Mansons Hall

By Roy L Hales

On Friday, June 14, Canada’s Green New Deal came to Mansons Hall. FOCI sponsored the townhall event, which was organized by Ashley Zarbatany. Karen Mahon, a former executive director of Greenpeace now living on Gunflint Lake, Cortes Island, was the  MC.

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Food And Culture

Originally published on Cortes Radio.ca. as part of the Deep Roots Initiative, Season Two

By Manda Aufochs Gillespie

“It’s a mouth-watering touring through time in this piece as I explore how the preservation of food and culture are connected on and off the Reserve. Pull up a chair, all are welcome at the table as we learn about smoking salmon, stringing herring, and why all important events start with sharing a meal.” – Manda Aufochs Gillespie

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Launching Deep Roots Second Season

By Roy L Hales

According to Volunteer and Fundraising co-ordinator Odette Auger, Deep Roots is important because it is “local, regionally based spoken word programming.” Steering Committee leader David Rousseau says, “it builds capacity and connection around Cortes Radio.” Senior producer Greg Osoba explains, “Deep Roots is both a skill building and story telling exercise to generate original stories from people who have something to say.” To which Klahoose co-ordinator Jacqueline Mathieu adds, “The stories that are going to be developed really do need to be told.” They were talking about Cortes Radio’s premiere documentary series. The station will soon be launching Deep Roots second season.
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