About Sandi Boucher

Sandi Boucher is a published author and motivation speaker, born and raised in a small Northern Ontario town. A proud member of the Seine River First Nation, Sandi is introducing the world to the Ojibwe teachings of her Mother, using these ageless lessons to show others how to find and enjoy their own strengths and gifts.

Posts by Sandi Boucher:

I Learned to Walk Today …

THUNDER BAY – Editorial – Today’s entry – taken from the pages of “Her Mother’s Daughter” (July 2nd entry).  The entry called to me.  I can only assume you needed to read it as much as I did.  Enjoy. I Learned...

Posted 2 July 2013 in Anishinaabe
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The Dance – Sandi Boucher

THUNDER BAY – OP-ED – Whether we have two left feet or we have been formally trained, we go through our lives dancing every single day. In elementary school we danced – time on homework with time to play, healthy...

Posted 26 April 2013 in Editorial
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There was a time – Sandi Boucher

THUNDER BAY – Editorial – There was a time when being with someone was too scary to consider.  I preferred alone.  Alone was safe, alone didn’t confuse me, alone meant I was never wrong and therefore never required to pay...

Posted 18 March 2013 in Editorial
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I have no clue – Sandi Boucher

THUNDER BAY – I have no clue … what tomorrow will bring, or today for that matter but then … that’s what I love about my life.  The unknowing, the surprise, the unpredictability of it all.  How boring this life would...

Posted 10 March 2013 in Editorial
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Time for solutions … Sandi Boucher

THUNDER BAY – As the Idle No More rallies continue across this great nation, I cannot help but think of all those that suffer, either through lack of supports on our communities or through lack of compassion and understanding if...

Posted 17 January 2013 in Editorial
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