Over the last few years many of us have heard about the residential schools that popped up throughout Manitoba and throughout Canada.  We heard about the children that were taken away from their families, many never to return and those who did return had lost all connection with their family as well as their culture.

One story that we have not heard much about is the story of Manitoba Sayisi Dene.  This was the forced relocation of 250 thriving, healthy individuals to an unfamiliar region where nothing but despair or death followed.




If you have been following my Facebook page and some of my earlier website blog posts you already know that my friends from Bluesky Expeditions are trying a new business opportunity by moving their entire kennel of 29 dogs to southern Manitoba for a few months this winter. They will be offering dog sled rides at Asessippi Ski Hill during the months of January and February 2016. Make sure to book your ride now.

Well, there is more news on new development coming to Churchill.   While vising Churchill on Monday, July 6, 2015, the federal and provincial government announced that they will be funding $22-million towards a new $31-million dollar marine observatory to be built in Churchill, Manitoba. This new marine research facility will provide scientists the chance to study the

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