favel

favel

(ˈfeɪvəl)
n
(Animals) obsolete a fallow-coloured horse
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"This collaboration between the Parish and Council has been very important to the community, and will take us into the future by providing improved services to the community," Ashburton Mayor Donna Favel said.
While the principle of FPIC is not well defined, concern has been expressed that Indigenous communities can halt resource development projects (for further discussion, see Coates and Favel 2016).
The work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission has prompted educational institutions across Canada to enhance their efforts to identify and confront the systemic prejudice embedded in course content, funding priorities, administrative decision making, and the priorities of teachers, teacher educators, faculty and staff (Cote-Meek, 2017; Favel & Stoicheff, 2015; Macdonald, 2016; Trimbee & Kinew, 2015).
James Favel, Bear Clan executive director had said, "..We routinely check bathrooms.
Also striking in this exhibit is the work by Metis artist Rosalie Favel: "I awoke to find my spirit had returned." In this curious image, a woman awakes from under a Hudson's Bay Company blanket to face people gathered around her bed, who appear to be waiting for her return.
Local organizer Pauline Favel says that Spelling Bee of Canada has endorsed the FNPSB as a regional competition, which will allow all first place winners from the bee's three categories to advance to the national spelling bee as Saskatchewan's only representative.
Lina de Guevara's Journey to Mapu, the product of a collaboration with Floyd Favel, among others, describes the experiences of a young Chilean boy, Lautaro/Tato, as he discovers his Mapuche heritage and develops bonds with his Canadian First Nations neighbours.
Fifteen chapters address such topics as the masculinities represented in the comic popular fiction of late-19th-century Halifax writer James De Mille; the immigration handbooks espousing the manly virtues of the prairie-lands as a site of empire in the same era; masculinity in the films of the "home front" in the National Film Board of Canada's World War II series "Canada Carries On;" psychosocial and political analysis of the transnational and the queer in the triptych painting Wild Kingdom by Calgary artist Attila Richard Lukacs; cinematic representations of masculinity and immigration in contemporary Quebec; black Canadian masculinity in Clement Virgo's 1995 film Rude; media representations of Aboriginal Canadian rapper Robin Favel (a.k.a.
Colin Favel retained his seat on the four-member council while Councillor Bryan Tootoosis was defeated.
En "El poeta", el personaje del titulo, Favel Duglach, representa el arquetipo del gaucho judio.
Masculinity, Indigeneity, and Media Representations of Gangsta Rap in Regina," Marsh examines thorny intersections between masculinity, race, poverty, urbanity, youth, and other aspects of hip hop culture, particularly from and about the perspectives of First Nations member and rap musician Robin Favel (aka Burden).
Since last May when Chief Gerry Ermineskin (right) and Blaine Favel, CEO and president of One Earth Gas and Oil Inc.