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Praise for The Politics of the Canoe, available Spring 2021:
“An engaging study of where the canoe finds itself in post Truth and Reconciliation Commission Canada. From being coopted and used by settlers as a symbol of Canadian nationalism, this collection of essays from academics, activists, and community leaders demonstrates how the canoe has been reclaimed by Indigenous people and is being used as a powerful tool for to build Indigenous sovereignty and heal communities.”
– Dale Barbour, Department of History, Brandon University
June Halliday described Sanaaq as “an Elder’s gift from the young woman who wrote over the span of her lifetime, to educate and inspire those who have long passed, those of us in this present moment, and those not yet born.”
We think all three of these books, set in Canada’s north in Inuit and Innu communities, are Elders’ gifts, so we we’re giving you 30% off!