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Andrew Kurjata
Journalist, radio, producer, poptimist. It's pronounced ker • ya • ta.
Journalist, radio, producer, poptimist. It's pronounced ker • ya • ta.
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The age of the McMansion saw the shift of the house from a place that we live in, potentially for the rest of our lives, to an asset that we are decidedly not supposed to live in forever.

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This is why I don't think exercising freedom of speech is inherently praiseworthy.

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"We seek recognition of the Radio/Podcasting genre through thoughtful reviews, criticism, and a deeper examination of styles and trends."

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I suspect people weren't better informed in previous times. My guess is the threshold for being well-informed was just lower.

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" Indigenous people, I'm afraid, haven't rated very highly on that unspoken hierarchy. Canadians evidently do not consider Indigenous people proximate — and the less proximate the subject, the more indifferent the audience."

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If you hear a woman is missing, does it make you care more, or less, to discover she's Indigenous?

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Businesses and outreach groups say Pokemon Go is helping show people who've avoided downtown Prince George that the neighbourhood, and the people who frequent it, are nothing to be afraid of.

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For Canada Day, the story of Alex Cuba, a Cuban-Canadian musician living in Smithers who decided to learn some of the indigenous language of Wit’suwet’in so he could sing it when he was invited to perform on Parliament Hill.…

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