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He shares a vision of justice and healinga way of seeing that existed long before Europeans came to this continentthat persists today, albeit often in conflict with western culture.
Leslie Gordon Diamond Family Auditorium, Convocation Mall, Burnaby campus.Books (2).00, quantity:.00, quantity.Thursday November 3, 2016, 3:305:30.Perhaps most difficult for Ross was accepting the aboriginal view that justice is about healing, not punishment.Facebook Invite m/events/ /.About the Author, rupert Ross is a retired assistant Crown Attorney for the District of Kenora, Ontario.Rupert ross is a retired assistant Crown Attorney for the District of Kenora, Ontario.Indigenous Healing: Exploring Traditional Paths.In 2014, Rupert Ross was honoured by Ontario Library Services for his latest book.His second book, Returning to the Teachings, was also a bestseller and examined the Indigenous preference for the peacemaker justice he observed during a three-year secondment with Justice Canada.He continues to live just north of Kenora with his wife, Val.Authors rupert Ross rupert Ross is a retired assistant Crown Attorney for the District of Kenora, Ontario.He is the author of two previous bestsellers on indigenous themes, Dancing with a Ghost and Returning to the Teachings, both of which have been shortlisted for the Gordon Montour Award for the best Canadian non- fiction book on social issues.Both books were shortlisted for the Gordon Montour Award for the best Canadian non-fiction book on social issues, and are presently used in universities and colleges across North America.His first bono uber 2017 book, "Dancing with a Ghost started his exploration of aboriginal visions of existence and became a bestseller.In Indigenous Healing, the former crown prosecutor Rupert Ross shares the lessons and insight acquired from years of working with, and learning from, aboriginal communities across Canada.
In his second book, Returning to the Teachings, Ross went on to examine the aboriginal preference for peacemaker justice.
His first book, Dancing with a Ghost, started his exploration of Indigenous visions of existence and became a bestseller.