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Week 5: Indigenous People Matter

Beyond the Text, found within the text: Fashpoint Events “…As can be seen from the analysis of Oka and Ipperwash, these acts of Aboriginal resistance serve as wake-up calls to governments. They are sharp and clear signals that Aboriginal Peoples … Continue reading

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Week 4: It’s starting to get Interesting

Beyond the Text: Harpers Bill on crime is definitely a debate buzzing across the country. Even as I notice this image, I wonder how this issue was/is discussed, and where and how Harper’s decision to continue with this plan is … Continue reading

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Weekly Post. Week 3.

Beyond the Text: Political Cartoon Most people in class might not be surprised at my selection of “Beyond the Text” image this week. Out of the many political cartoons the internet offers, I found myself choosing this image because I … Continue reading

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First Weeks of Political Science

First post. ‘Beyond the Text’ Theme Quest – Poem by Richard MacWilliam.
 This poem helps me to define what politics is, in all essence. Politics is to think, analyze, critique and decide what is best for a society – not simply … Continue reading

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Hello from Acadia!

  Hello! My name is Kerri Tattuinee, and I am a little Inuk lady from Rankin Inlet, Nunavut. Most recently, I have lived in Iqaluit, Nunavut for two and a half years, but I grew up in the small (hockey) … Continue reading

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