Sea to Sister Sea - Chapter II

May 20, 2020 | submitted by Ina Timmer

Observations on the Salish Sea - Susanne Pavyluk

May 15, 2020 | submitted by Susanne Pavlyuk

From Sea to Sister Sea (Salish Sea to Sea of Cortez)

Apr 27, 2020 | submitted by Ina Timmer
Chapter I “A thousand miles of ocean on each side!” he exclaimed enthusiastically. That was the hook Dave used to get me to drive down the Baja with him, in September yet! It worked and off we went!

The World Is On Hold

Apr 25, 2020 | submitted by Ina Timmer
The world has been brought to its knees. And the view from here is humbling.

The Naming of the Salish Sea ~ Dr. Bert Webber

Apr 25, 2020 | submitted by Bert Webber PhD
The Salish Sea has been formally named...TWICE. Initially by First Nations and Tribal governments in 2007 and then by the US and Canada in late 2009 and early 2010.

Grandchildren - The Hope, The Joy, The Indescribable

Apr 06, 2020 | submitted by Ina Timmer
  It’s our grandson’s thirteenth birthday coming up this week. It’s caused me to reflect on the many joyful memories he’s given. I was fortunate to have held Sam in my arms just hours after he was born. Even then, the look in his new born eyes seemed to recognize me. Who knows.

PEXSISEN: The Moon of Opening Hands

Mar 30, 2020 | submitted by Ina Timmer
The W̱SÁNEĆ 13 moon calendar, SḴÁU ȽTE, represents the natural laws of the W̱SÁNEĆ (Saanich) people. This month's moon, PEXSISEN, the moon of opening hands, signifies the renewal of Earth's strength: all of nature is blooming.

Financial Focus

Mar 08, 2020 | submitted by David Howe
Financial Focus   When was the last time you focused on someone less fortunate than yourself. Many of us have a tendency to focus on our own lack.   When it comes to our finances, it can be easy to slip into the ‘lack’ mode before recognizing how blessed we are.  

A Values Based Stock Exchange

Feb 01, 2020 | submitted by David Howe
I want to propose that we change the game rules at the apex of financial liquidity.

Your Money, Your Values

Jan 30, 2020 | submitted by David Howe
  My last blog addressed First Nations values as related to the environment(more on that later). This time I want to cover connecting your money to your values.