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  • 150 Stories: Celebrating Canada's sesquicentennial! One story every week for 150 weeks. Browse stories about Canada and being Canadian. Read More
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  • Growing up and traveling around Canada with my family in the Canadian Air Force, I developed a sense of duty to the people and fell in love with cultural experiences in my ever-changing surroundings.
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  • For decades corporate Canada had assumed that government was in control of the well-being of Aboriginal peoples in Canada. Sadly the poverty, exclusion and abuse from institutions such as the Residential School System continued to fail Aboriginal peoples on all fronts from health to education, political inclusion to economics.
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  • Chai Bouphaphanh was born in Vientiane, Laos in 1967, and lived there until 1978. Due to the Vietnam War and repercussions in their country, Chai’s parents made the difficult decision to leave.
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  • I often get asked to be a speaker, or panellist at various events and conferences. “Teresa,” they say, “you’d be great for this.”
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