Author: Terry Watada

A Bonanza of Representation

Last year I caught, quite by accident, a truly unique episode of Bonanza. The second longest-running television western (Gunsmoke being the longest) was on-air from 1959 to 1973.

Spam Musubi!

Editor’s note: B While Terry is on his summer hiatus, we decided to look back on his nearly thirty years of writing about and for...

For the Love of Attawapiskat

Intergenerational trauma is real and alive in communities deeply affected by residential schools. You can’t attempt cultural genocide for 140 years, for seven generations...

Did You Know?

I thought I’d start 2016 with some surprising facts, at least surprising to me. Did you know Nobu McCarthy was Canadian? I know, who’s...