Category Archives: Pam 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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Western Standard: “one victim Julian Fantino did not have the courage to meet”

From the Western Standard: Julian and the Victims “I have never had any tolerance whatsoever for crime, to begin with. And also, I have never been able to overlook the victimization that’s involved.” […] I don’t know how Julian Fantino … 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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