- December 16th, 2014 – JRS analysis of high school teacher racism: “Winnipeg Can Defend Itself…”
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- Friday December 12, 2014 – “A Winnipeg high school teacher suspended over Facebook posts.” Ici Radio- Canada (In French)
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- Friday December 12, 2014 – “Brad Badiuk, Winnipeg teacher, on leave after controversial Facebook posts on aboriginals.” CBC News
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- Wednesday Dec 3rd, 2014 – “We’ll be defined by how we deal with aboriginals: Haroon Siddiqui.” The Toronto Star
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- Wednesday Dec 3rd, 2014 – PEN International concerned over Bergman’s punishment. The Dhaka Tribune.
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- Tuesday December 16th, 2014 – JRS discusses THE COMEBACK with francophone media “Les Premières Nations en position de force? ” UNIS Canada.
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- JRS joins panel discussing “Reconciliation in Canada: The Way Forward.” January 7th, 2015 at 7:15pm at the Upper Library at Massey College.
Panelists include: John Ralston Saul Canadian thinker and author who has written extensively on Indigenous rights, soft racism (sympathy) in Canada and a better relationship moving forward. MP Romeo Saganash New Democratic Party Member of Parliament. A Cree man who has spoken about important issues in parliament such as missing and murdered Indigenous women. He […]
- Thursday Nov 27th, 2014 – JRS interview with APTN InFocus explaining THE COMEBACK & his life work interpreting Canada’s history.
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- Wednesday Nov 26th, 2014 – JRS to give keynote address at the gala honouring seven former Chiefs of Ontario. Toronto, Canada.
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- Sunday Nov 23rd, 2014 – JRS will be speaking to University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh students & faculty: “Technology and the Rise of Authoritarianism.” 17:00 ULAB Auditorium, Campus A. Admission Free.
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