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Letters to the Editor

Tell us what you think!

In the spirit of open conversation and to support an array of perspectives, Professionally Speaking welcomes letters to the editor. The opinions expressed in letters are solely those of the authors and should not be interpreted as the view of the College. We reserve the right to edit letters for length and clarity. Letters should be sent to, be in response to content in the magazine, and include the writer's phone number and registration number.

Three articles from the September 2021 edition of 'Professionally Speaking'.

Resources for Indigenous Content Welcome

I want to thank the contributors and editors for the content of Professionally Speaking as it provides me with an excellent resource for materials and also opportunities for reflection on my own practice.

In the most recent edition, I found a variety of resources — especially those focused on Indigenous content and increased awareness — to be valuable for myself and my peers. I feel that increased awareness on a national level has improved in this area, though we all know there is still work to be done.

Chris Bath, OCT, teaches Grades 9–12 sciences at Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School in Thunder Bay.