‘Healing Through Storytelling’ project records testimony of Tyendinaga Mohawk residential school survivors

A new book, Healing Through Storytelling, provides a touchstone to recovery and restoration from the intergenerational trauma caused by the residential school system by recording survivors’ stories in words and art. The book, honouring local residential school survivors from the Bay of Quinte and their families, was made possible when

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The ‘Most important WWI aviation archaeological site in Canada’ lies nearly unscathed on Deseronto Road

Just on the boundary of Greater Napanee and Deseronto lies what archeologist Michael Deal calls the most important aviation archaeological site of the First World War in Canada. Deal, an honourary Research Professor of Archaeology from Memorial University with a passion for aviation history, came to the area in September

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