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Aug 26, 2021

When marchers set out on their 500 kilometer trek from Sudbury to Parliament Hill, organizers blessed their efforts to bring attention the victims of residential schools.  The name they chose was Blinding Light Tiger Lilly.  Like reconciliation with our First Nations, the lily stands atop a tall strong stem.  Petals are...

Aug 18, 2021

Nasha Kasha is back on the road.  With masks and social distancing at the ready, we present a long overdue visit to catch up.

Aug 13, 2021

Taras Shevchenko is a poet who modeled language retention, free speech, courage and grace in the face of oppression. Today his spirit and example quietly inform anyone who will take the time to notice.  This report is from Quebec City.

Aug 7, 2021

Pets provide nonjudgmental emotional support.  Studies show that contact with pets reduces stress, and that animals help older adults cope with social isolation—  Here is Nasha Kasha’s all cat show. Some of these stories may conflict with the data, but each has a happy endings.