Ginning Up Native Outrage
Ginning Up Native Outrage
There are Indigenous people out there trying to get real issues covered, but the media just wants hear us rant about statues, mascots, and gin

On the way to my office in Montreal’s Old Port on Sunday, I stopped in at the SAQ at the Complexe Desjardins to buy some gin to restock my office bar. While browsing, I found this: Wendigo gin.

In broken English, the label declares itself to be “Inspired from…the land of the Natives.”

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