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

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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