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What's Going on at the Saddle Lake Reserve?

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What's Going on at the Saddle Lake Reserve?

What’s going on with the accidental excavation since 2004 of 100 graves at the Sacred Heart parish cemetery near the former Blue Quills Indian Residential School? That’s a very good question. The Acimowin Opaspiw Society has never provided the name of a single missing child. Let’s get into the details.

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There Can Be No Two State Solution

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There Can Be No Two State Solution

Given Israel's border with Lebanon and Syria, either hosting or occupied by Iran-backed terrorist groups calling for a Judenrein Islamic waqf — a greater Palestine cleansed of all Jews — for Israel to add a third border with a Palestine state would only reduce its already tattered security.

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Israel and Palestine: Exploding the Myths

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Israel and Palestine: Exploding the Myths

Historical denial, Arab propaganda, liberal guilt, and anti-Semitism serve to legitimize a demand for a sovereign Palestinian state where none has ever existed. The claim of "apartheid" is only the latest charge in the effort to delegitimize Israel.

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Behind the Orange Shirt

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Behind the Orange Shirt

Phyllis Webstad puts cruel nuns at centre-stage in "The Orange Shirt Story" but she didn't mention nuns in accounts of her year at St. Joseph’s, which was no longer a school when she arrived there in 1973.

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The Kamloops ‘Discovery’: A Fact-Check Two Years Later

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The Kamloops ‘Discovery’: A Fact-Check Two Years Later

TWO YEARS AFTER the claim rocked the world that “the remains of 215 children” had been found on the grounds of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School, we know much more than we did at the time.

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