Initially, I started this blog to write about urban issues. I seek to challenge the way that people think about what cities are capable of doing, and I aim to re-assert a Métis discourse into contexts where colonial erasure of Indigenous presence(s) is the norm. Lately I have also been meditating on identity and Indigeneity, and trying to understand current narratives at play in Canada today.
And most importantly, I’m trying to tend to tenderness.
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