All my life I have been sensitive and concerned with how people use power with each other. Although I have been privileged all my life in so many ways that I am still unaware of, I have also been incredibly frustrated, saddened and disappointed with the rigid, limited, narrow view of the world and its inhabitants that the culture I am born in engrained in many around me. It is a joy to see the universal desire for some kind of "Renaissance" and I am thankful to be an instrument for these long-awaited social transformations.
I provide services free of charge to Aboriginals of Canada through the Non-Insured Health Benefits and Indian Residential School Programs with Indigenous Affairs. I welcome people of all ages, individuals or families, and I have also offered services to communities as well. I have been living in the Yukon for more than 25 years and at this point of my life am lucky to have many First Nation friends throughout the territory.
Right Use of Power, Reconciliation, Black Lives Matter and the dismantling of White Supremacy
The wonderful Nina Bolton, the elder servicing the Yukon University's students and staff
“We've got to get this thing right. What is needed is a realization that power without love is reckless and abusive, and love without power is sentimental and anemic. Power at its best is love implementing the demands of justice, and justice at its best is power correcting everything that stands against love. It is precisely this collision of immoral power with powerless morality which constitutes the major crisis of our time.” (Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.)