Children of the last walking out ceremony of Waskaganish.
Why haven’t your younger brothers and sisters followed in your footsteps?
Why does the sixth generation so readily cast aside their customs that identify you as a distinct people?
In the coming years it is these types of community events that will set you ... read more ››
This story was written for a computer learning course in Waskaganish. So was another story, written in Cree, which we published in our Sept. 9 issue on page 15. That story was written by Edith Matoush of Nemaska and Elizabeth Jolly of Waskaganish. Thank you for your contributions.
He had turned ... read more ››