point pelee national park

This past weekend I went to Point Pelee National Park (Parc national de la Pointe-PelĂ©e)! Established in 1918, Point Pelee is the most southern point of mainland Canada and in 1996, the area was designated as a Dark Sky Reserve. Located 60 kilometers from Windsor, Point Pelee National Park makes a great and accessible day…

indigenous memes: insight to an ignored perspective

Memes are defined as humourous images, videos, and pieces of text that are spread through the internet. Memes differ from verbal jokes in many ways. The most significant differences between memes and verbal jokes is the accessibility of memes on the internet and the speed at which they can be distributed. These images and other…

national indigenous peoples day

Thursday, June 21st, 2018 National Indigenous People’s Day First celebrated in 1996, National Indigenous People’s Day was renamed from it’s original “National Aboriginal Day” in 2017 to properly recognize and the First Nation, Inuit, and Metis people. National Indigenous Peoples Day is an annual celebration of Indigenous heritage and culture, held on the 21st of…

vegan friendly beavertails

It is not often that my coworkers and I get to have a night off at the same time, but when we do: we make an evening out of it. Last week, Olivia, Sam and I, left the island and went to Beaver Tails at the harbourfront. The staff were very knowledgeable on veganism and…