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Labour Day. The First Monday of September Isn’t All About a Long Weekend. It Reps The Struggle For Worker Rights. Where Would We Be Without the Historical Fight?

In our world today, even with all the covid stuff, we have rights as workers that weren't always present. Labour Day (aka: Labor Day) is celebrated in several countries around the world either in September or on May Day, which is International Workers Day. The last couple of years have been a struggle for workers… Continue reading Labour Day. The First Monday of September Isn’t All About a Long Weekend. It Reps The Struggle For Worker Rights. Where Would We Be Without the Historical Fight?

Auntie Says, Faye Arcand, Faye E. Arcand, Indigenous, Residential Schools

What Should We Do With Controversial Toppled Statues?

In addition, the reason both sides need to be represented is because until very recently, the history of the attempted genocide of the Indigenous people via removal of children from their families to residential schools, along with an eradication of native language and culture, has not been taught in mainstream public schools.

Faye Arcand, Faye E. Arcand, My Twisted Writer Brain…

Will You Add Covid-19 to Your Story?

It's such a fascinating time we live in. Everything around us is changing. Some day we'll look back and marvel over the huge societal shifts that took place during this pandemic. If you're in the middle of writing a book now I'd be curious as to whether you're weaving in this new narrative. The virus,… Continue reading Will You Add Covid-19 to Your Story?