Michelle Cyca

Michelle is a writer, editor and magazine publisher. Her words have appeared in the Vancouver Sun, SAD Mag, Chatelaine, Vancouver Magazine, MONTECRISTO, and other publications. She lives with her husband, daughter and weird cat in Vancouver, Canada.

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The Euphoric Jolt Of Rollerskating Was Exactly What I Needed

And in the middle of a pandemic, it was my postpartum drug of choice


Through Cree Children’s Books, My Daughter And I Are Learning My Grandmother’s Language Together

Speaking an Indigenous language is an embodied act of hopefulness: Each word is a link to the past.

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Every Pregnant Person Deserves To Feel As Free As Rihanna Looks

But the maternity wear industry has always been, and still is, so far behind.

Indigenous Youth Are The Future Of Climate Activism

They know what needs to change. We need to lift them up, listen, and act.


It's Dangerous To Compare Blood Clot Risks Of The J&J Vaccine To Birth Control

Misrepresenting the risks could dissuade people from using safe, effective contraception.


The Specific Betrayal Of Trusting A Quietly-MAGA Sleep Consultant

Cara Dumaplin’s Trump donations shocked the internet. But why were we surprised?