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COFFEE WITH WARREN: Police need inner armour of spirituality for peacekeeping

COFFEE WITH WARREN: Police need inner armour of spirituality for peacekeeping

A police officer snatches a woman to safety just as she attempts to leap to her death from a bridge rail. Another officer suddenly has an uneasy feeling about using his gun in a robbery in progress, stops mid-draw, and averts a nightmare.

Bill 14, Opportunity or Setback for First Nations?

By Dr. Terry Poucette , Stoney - Nakoda First Nations The Indian Act does not allow Indian lands to be used as collateral to obtain loans or secure investment.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: The Orange Handcuff Scam

COFFEE WITH WARREN: The Orange Handcuff Scam

It all began when our Iraq-born Calgary coffee companion DijlaAl-Rekabi received a threatening scam call, and she decided to have some fun.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: May Canada’s PM and MPs be blessed with listening hearts

COFFEE WITH WARREN: May Canada’s PM and MPs be blessed with listening hearts

May Canada’s PM and MPs be blessed with listening hearts Canadians have spoken, and Justin Trudeau has been returned as Prime Minister with a Liberal minority government.

COFFEE WITH WARREN: Integrity in media essential for Truth and Reconciliation

What can we do to affirm and not demean each other, and, in the spirit of Truth and Reconciliation, what can each of us do to give voice to the highest values of our humanity – orally and in print?

Upcoming Fashion show to support the Stephen Lewis Foundation

Fashion show to support the Stephen Lewis Foundation An opportunity to see the latest in fashion and offer support to children orphaned by the HIV & AIDS crisis in Africa is coming to Cochrane.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: Thanks Stoney for the reminder

COFFEE WITH WARREN: Thanks Stoney for the reminder

This is my Thanksgiving column with a twist. And the twist comes from some exciting Stoney Nakoda language initiatives at Morley that are reminding me of something very important in my own heritage.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: Seasons of gratitude

COFFEE WITH WARREN: Seasons of gratitude

This past weekend’s dump of snow on southern Alberta prompted a range of emotional resp onses, mostly not too positive.

The staying power of the Indian Act

The Indian Act forced First Nations to abandon their traditional governance structures.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: Eagle editor lets eagles fly

COFFEE WITH WARREN: Eagle editor lets eagles fly

Farewell to the editor.