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"My Canada" , Tomson Highway:

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Sayde Jayne Vockeorth

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Transcript of "My Canada" , Tomson Highway:

Tomson Highway
Introduction
"The landscape was very unlike ours...just sand and rock forever" (219)
Landscape
Seasons
"...the rhythm of the four distinct, undeniable seasons, the North- we have it all" (220)
Cultures
Problems
"My Canada" , Tomson Highway:
Presentation by Ashley Bahler and Sayde Jayne Vockeroth

Born on a Cree reserve in Manitoba
Residential School
Well Educated
Foster Child
From Manitoba
Currently lives between Toronto, Canada and Paris, France

Medicine Wheel
Balance
"Canada Number One Country in the World" (219)
"Some people may have doubted the finding...but I didn't, not for an instant" (219)
Australia
Newfoundland
PEI
Quebec City
Manitoba
West Coast
Conclusion
"balance between universality and affordability" (220)
Canada is "a successful experiment in racial harmony and peaceful coexistence" (220)
Works Cited

Highway, Tomson. My Canada. Ed. Smaro Kamboureli. Ontario: Oxford University

Press, 2007. 219-221. Print.

“Home page.” Tomson Highway. Tomson Highway. n.d. Web. 12 May 2014.

Lee, Mary. “Cree (Nehiyawak) Teaching.” FourDirectionsTeachings.com. National Indigenous

Literacy Association and Invert Media, 2012. Web. 12 May 2014.

http://www.fourdirectionsteachings.com/main.html
http://www.fourdirectionsteachings.com/main.html
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