Our story…here now at Amazon.ca!
Gary McHale book launch at: Freedom Press Canada — 2013 Freedom Symposium, November 9, 2013
Christie Blatchford: Caledonia law = Deep South law
“…the law in Haldimand County operates as the law in America’s Deep South once worked, where there was one law for the white man, who could break it with impunity, and another for the black man. In Haldimand County, since the occupation began, there has been one law for natives and another for non-natives.“
Helpless author Christie Blatchford, Globe & Mail, May 04/11
IN BOOKSTORES NOW: Caledonia’s story, as told by Canada’s award-winning author of ‘Fifteen Days’…
"I’m sure a lot of people don’t give a damn about what happened to the residents of Caledonia. I’m wondering where the next lawless takeover might take place — maybe in my area? Maybe in yours? People don’t seem to care unless it affects them directly — that is, except for Gary McHale and Mark Vandermaas." Moose & Squirrel.ca
March 22/11: Free Thinking Film Society & International Free Press Society bring Caledonia to Ottawa
July 12, 2009 – THE END OF THE BEGINNING. After 4 arrests during a 31 month campaign the Canadian flag is legal once again in Caledonia
Category Archives: Chris & Myron Dudych
Caledonia: what went wrong? Where do we go from here?
No one should assume that Caledonia is all wrapped up with a nice bow because the Caledonia Class Action suit has been settled. Even though the government was forced to write a cheque it can ill afford (politically and financially) … Continue reading
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2010 ‘New Directions in Aboriginal Policy’ forum hears Caledonia’s pain…and hope
UPDATED May 13/10 — The 2010 ‘New Directions in Aboriginal Policy’ forum held at Mount Royal University in Calgary on May 05/10 was the second such event to be organized by the co-author of Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry, Dr. Frances … Continue reading
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Caledonia’s youngest hero: 14 year old Pam ‘Dancer’ Dudych
UPDATED April 14/10 — Thanks, in part, to Christie Blatchford of the Globe and Mail, I am now able to acknowledge openly a brave woman who deserves to be recognized as one of Caledonia’s true heroes. What makes her so … Continue reading
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