What makes a national stereotype? And if we don’t live up to them, how can we expect others to?
When we travel, the image others have of who we are is so different that it can make us question our own image of ourselves.
How a class trip to British Columbia spawned a greater understanding of the uniqueness of Inuit culture.
As the Indian status of about 70,000 people hinges on the outcome of negotiations between the Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation Grand Chief and Government of Canada, those left out of the conversation should embrace the opportunity to discuss what it ‘means’ to be Mi’kmaq.