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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 about Iris here. Hi there,

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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. After a 17-hour direct flight, we landed

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Petition to Legalize Aquamation in BC
14 June, 2020(2)CommentsNgaio Davis

Petition to Legalize Aquamation in BC

Photo from the CBC archives, interview about Aquamation in BC Petition to Legalize Aquamation in BC Ngaio Davis' passion for eco-friendly funeral and end of life options has led he

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Old Habits Die Well: Choosing Eco-Friendly Caskets & Shrouds
24 May, 2020(0)CommentsNgaio Davis

Old Habits Die Well: Choosing Eco-Friendly Caskets & Shrouds

  Photo from KORU archives Old Habits Die Well: Choosing Eco-Friendly Caskets & Shrouds   It’s hard to deny that we are creatures of habit. There’s comfor

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Daughters’ Farewell
15 May, 2020(3)CommentsNgaio Davis

Daughters’ Farewell

  I held the door open for the widow and her two daughters. The older of the girls was about nine years old, her sister likely two years younger. The girls' mother had a sad y

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