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  • Keywords
    • Indigenous issues in Canada,
    • Global climate crisis,
    • Systemic discrimination,
    • Residential schools,
    • Environmental activism,
    • Truth and reconciliation,
    • Science and nature

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Indigenous Reconciliation and Environmental Resilience
by Wesley Shennan

There are two themes: Indigenous reconciliation and environmental resilience. The purpose is to inform and inspire action – to quicken the pace of reconciliation and lessen the pace of global warming. The chapters, loosely held together by personal experience, may be read in any order like a magazine or a blog.

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Wesley Shennan, a member of the Michel First Nation, Treaty 6 (in the area currently known as Alberta, Canada), is a Community Planner and has been working with First Nations in British Columbia for the past 22 years. His background, work / life experience, and formal education in both the physical and social sciences, has allowed him to insert his personal involvement in these stories. But this isn’t a memoir. It’s more like seeing Indigenous reconciliation and environmental resilience through an autobiographical lens. Wesley lives with his wife Elena in the now smoky, and scorching hot, Okanagan Valley in British Columbia – the traditional unceded territory of the Syilx Nations.


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