Isabelle Morgan

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Isabelle Morgan
Posted over 2 years ago
How much do you know about First Nations Treaties and the Crown?
Yes Ken we just finished a four day fireside vigil for a noted woman in our community who passed away last week and it was the women who guarded the fire throughout those four days often it is the men who do this all in all it was very sacred and an honor to have been a part of this ceremony I appreciate your input :)
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Isabelle Morgan
Posted over 2 years ago
How much do you know about First Nations Treaties and the Crown?
Having said that much the Mi'kmaq are a beautiful entity yet they have not had to battle the many cultures that the Canadian West Coast has had to survive. Many Native Nations on the West coast argue with one another over funding and politics where each Nation holds contrasting traditions and funding. The Mi'kmaq have had a better foundation to rise above it all as it were in our most recent history and in the least it would be my hope that the Mi'kmaq can help the west coast find a common ground by which -all- Native Nations can co exist and get along with one another. It would seem economically the Haida Gwaii have been the forerunner in recognition and tradition we need to include everyone.
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Isabelle Morgan
Posted over 2 years ago
How much do you know about First Nations Treaties and the Crown?
I don't believe any 1 entity can spare the wasteland that is happening we all have to gather and do it together. We also need to mature as a society without the use of force. Finally I think its high time we dispense of the have's and have nots. I don't know of any 1 country that hasn't been destroyed by the economy and we need to invent a new political economic structure that works and I think society is fresh out of ideas. We need a new age Einstein that quits repeating history. The wealth has exchanged hands over many many hundreds of thousands of years, but with each turn people get as leaders they make the same path, we need to forge something new. Traditions and treaties must be honored and protected but when it comes to world economy and environment something new must take place, we go from police state to military rule same structures different uniforms and people. I don't know who can come up with new ideas but what is clear what ever we do the use of force isn't the answer anymore. Jasper National Park has done some amazing things with the local natives preserving the environment, but look at the use of force by the United States who built the Ice Walk along the Columbian Icefields. No one in Jasper wanted that multi million dollar project built. But then again everyone protested the inception of the Canal in Ottawa as well.. The world is one big mess and I don't see anyone doing anything without excluding and or neglecting their neighbors. Little faith in one tradition fixing our future, it needs to come from all of us.