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Ratinenhayén:thos offers sanctuary to Indigenous seeds

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It was a wonderful meeting and we instantly connected with each other because our motivation was not economic, our motivation was spiritual. We told them a little bit about our culture and history. Even our creation story teaches us the first woman brought seeds with her, and those plants still sustain us and our medicines even today. Read More

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Trinity Amps

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What sets Trinity apart from corporate brands is Stephen’s willingness – or maybe delight – to work with musicians to find exactly what they really want. Read More

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Andy Forgie

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“With memory loss, they can’t remember what they had for breakfast, but they can remember words to songs they danced to long ago. They are lethargic when I get there, and they hear the music and suddenly they are alive and singing and dancing. For a brief window in their day, they are young again. Regardless of your generation, it’s about the songs of your teens and 20s that never leave you.” Read More

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From the Editor’s Desk

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Photography by one of the Frozen Chosen 82°29’58″N  62°20’5″W As the clouds battle the sun and the wind swirls leaves across the lawn, heading with great velocity to our understanding neighbours to the east, the CQL team is putting the finishing touches on the Winter issue. It seemed like a few months ago we were… Read More