November: Third + Bird: Winnipeg’s Largest Urban Market

The term "urban market" is a fast-growing concept that is being applied more and more frequently in highly populated cities and towns. An urban...

June: The Journey of Life

When I was young, my father will always tell us, his children, that one day each one of us will leave them until our...

A Cursory Note on Public Housing, Aboriginals,

Development sociologists and anthropologist nowadays put considerable emphasis on human development concepts such as ‘community’, ‘inclusion’, ‘quality of life’, ‘human development measures’ (HDM), ‘human...

July: Poke / Kalabit

Poke                                      Me: poke You: poke   There are no codes. Just pokes. Pure water for all — like my thoughts in the ether are thrown.   You: poke Me: poke   Carry my favor tied to your sword...

(April) With ‘Resilience’ Refugees View Capability to ‘Spring Up, Not ‘Spring Back’

(Written by Helal Mohiuddin, Ph.D.) The term ‘resilience’ gained overwhelming currency in recent years. A possible reason is that ‘sustainability’ is unattainable without ‘resilience’. Intellectual community...

(April) Is Pre-Qualification the Same as Pre-Approval

(Written by Sharon Francisco) "By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail." - Benjamin Franklin Kudos to you who have finally decided to enter the...

What do You Stand for?

Peter Marshall (1902 to 1949), the Scottish Clergyman earlier wrote: “If you don't stand for something you will fall for anything.” As a follow...

April: The Antichrist!

Mainstream Christians today are unwittingly occupied by the end time signs with prophetic doom and gloom scenarios. End times’ sermons are mostly wrapped up...

The Book of Proverbs

One of the inspired books of the bible I admired most is the book of Proverbs. Everyone knows the value of good advice. Listening to...

Theology in the Darkness of Empire

One of my favorite passages in the New Testament is Luke 4:18-19 which states, “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he...