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Federal government scraps plan to buy Boeing jets, turns to Australian military instead
The new deal, which will be announced as early as next week, will replace the previous order with up to 30 second-hand jets
To all of you going out into the outback this winter. Ski safe and have fun. Check out this amazing video of a narrow escape.
Chamois VS Avalanche
Source: Chamois VS Avalanche
“Oh God! Like the thunderbird of old I shall rise again out of the sea; I shall grab the instruments of the white man’s success — his education, his skills — and with these new tools I shall build my race into the proudest segment of your society.”
– Chief Dan George
On Canada Day 1967, Chief Dan George recited his piece ‘Lament for Confederation.’ Now 50 years later, Mohawk/Tuscarora writer Janet Rogers revisits the lament. Has anything changed?
Just take a minute to read this and ask yourself why not…
“Four years before World War I shattered the empires of Europe, the Encyclopaedia Britannica predicted an indefinite age of peace and commercial prosperity. Published at the high-water mark of imperial self-confidence, the entry on “civilization” was particularly optimistic. Thanks to technology and moral enlightenment, the writers judged, an increasingly connected world was hurtling toward the age of “cosmopolite man,” who would enjoy leisure and freedom in a global community of equals. “When this ideal is attained,” the Encyclopaedia promised, “mankind will again represent a single family, as it did in the day when our primeval ancestors first entered on the pathway of progress.”Why did our prehistoric hunter-gatherer ancestors give up their freedom?
What is it this force that can be responsible for this. Thoughts and prayers with all suffering from natural disasters this year.