Healing Two Communities: White Supremacists – Truth or Fiction?
by Doug Fleming, Merlyn Kinrade, Gary McHale and Mark Vandermaas
[emphasis added] Ed. note. Between June 24-30, 2009 the Tekawenakke published several stories in our on-going coverage of the Caledonia conflict which might lead some readers to believe that members of the CANACE (Canadian Advocates for Charter Equality) organization, which has advocated on behalf of the residents of Caledonia, includes members or associates with Neo-Nazi, KKK or other white supremacist ties. The Tekawennake wishes to clarify that we have no evidence that Doug Fleming, Merlyn Kinrade, Gary McHale or Mark Vandermaas are associated with or sympathizers of such groups, and offer the following Op-Ed as the first in a two-part series giving them the opportunity to communicate their purpose and agenda in their own words. […]
Read the entire op-ed series:
- Caledonia Victims Project, July 15/10: Healing Two Communities, Part 1: White Supremacists — Truth or Fiction?
Caledonia Victims Project, July 26/10: Healing Two Communities, Part 2: What Now?
- Tekawennake News op-ed series, July 14-21/10: Healing Two Communities [PDF, 7p] (complete series w/copies of published op-eds)
Commentary on importance of healing through truth, justice & apologies
Regional News, Gary McHale column, July 21/10: Healing Two Communities
Mark Vandermaas, Editor