I am a Indigenous woman from Wauzhushk Onigum Nation , a First Nation community out side of Kenora Ontario. I currently live in Winnipeg, Manitoba for the past ten years. My hobby is photography and considered myself a amateur photographer. I live in the central area of Winnipeg and enjoy the challenges of residing in the core area.
By Vivian Ketchum on March 23, 2017
Surviving families of murdered Indigenous women face the prospects of not being able to afford a decent funeral for their loved ones.
By Vivian Ketchum on March 20, 2017
After two Indigenous women were murdered last week, residents gathered to remember the victims and to call for an end to the violence.
By Vivian Ketchum on February 11, 2017
Coping with son’s passing by using the Medicine Wheel and the support of friends and professionals.
By Vivian Ketchum on January 28, 2017
Trudeau’s town hall meeting in Winnipeg marks the end of Prime Minister’s honeymoon with Indigenous Canadians.
By Vivian Ketchum on September 27, 2016
Reminders of residential school fuels uneasiness over Jesuit school’s efforts to help Indigenous students.
By Vivian Ketchum on April 26, 2016
Winnipeg police officers catch everyone off guard when they accept invitation to participate in sharing circle upon entering occupation of Indigenous Affairs offices.
By Vivian Ketchum on January 15, 2016
Security personnel at Winnipeg Regional Health Authority’s Access Primary Care Clinic tussle with reporter who snapped photo of guards evicting homeless men from building.
By Vivian Ketchum on December 15, 2015
Posted in Culture
Women and their odd secrets. This was one initiation I could have done without.
By Vivian Ketchum on November 25, 2015
CNC allows me to bring to light the stories of the people that I write about in my part of the city.
By Vivian Ketchum on July 28, 2015
The woman was leaning on the phone booth. She wasn’t wearing any shoes and she looked upset. I wanted to see if she was alright. As I got closer to her, I saw she was covered in blood.