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A Pile of Sticks for James
21 November, 2020(0)CommentsNgaio Davis

A Pile of Sticks for James

James was a boy who enjoyed the outdoors*. He loved hiking, and the wolf was his favourite animal. When he goes for walks, James often […]

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Eye-opening choices when dealing with the death of a loved-one in British Columbia
16 August, 2020(0)CommentsNgaio Davis

Eye-opening choices when dealing with the death of a loved-one in British Columbia

Considering Deathcare Options Most of us dedicate hundreds of hours researching and planning for a two-week vacation. When it comes to death, however, we mostly […]

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A Wake for a Finch
18 July, 2020(0)CommentsNgaio Davis

A Wake for a Finch

KORU and Covid-19 (Click here to learn more.) * The story below is by KORU’s Community Engagement Coordinator, Iris A. Paradela-Hunter. Get to know Iris […]

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Seeking Solace in Ritual
08 July, 2020(2)CommentsNgaio Davis

Seeking Solace in Ritual

There’s joy in being welcomed by spring at the end of November. My parents, second sister and I left Vancouver on a cold, rainy day. […]

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Aquamation: BC Women’s Institute Supports Legislative Change
14 June, 2020(2)CommentsNgaio Davis

Aquamation: BC Women’s Institute Supports Legislative Change

Options for British Columbians: Bring Water Cremation to BC Photo from the CBC Archives Ngaio Davis’ has always had a passion for eco-friendly funeral and […]

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