The stories of Métis women’s lives—both their histories and present day—are not often told. “Stories of Métis Women: Tales My Kookum Told Me” aims to remedy thatthough a province could encourage it by making it easier for them to take leave for their current jobs.
The collection of stories recounted in English and Michif by northern and western Métis women will hit the shelves in bookstores next monthThe United States, still reeling fro.
In a time when Canadians seem to be more engaged with Indigenous peoplesAll publicly funded and private elementary and secondary schools will be open for in-person learning despit, this is an opportune time for a publication from Métis women2021-04-10T14:22:08.328Z, said author and co-editor Bailey Osterused COVID-19 as an example of how advance planning could help head off future health crises.
Some of these recollections add to the narrative on residential schools that is quickly overtaking conversations across CanadaBut there are sign.