A womb without a view until the ’50s

In From Right to Left: Maternalism and Women’s Political Activism in Postwar Canada, Brian Thorn profiles women in the 1940s and ’50s who were active at all points along the political spectrum. FULL STORY

A view of the islands near Kitkatla, the stomping grounds of UBC anthropologist Charles Menzies.

Of salmon, herring and abalone

A pinch of sea salt goes with the territory at the village of Kitkatla on Dolphin Island, 45 km south of Prince Rupert.

In People of the Saltwater, UBC anthropologist Charles Menzies provides an ethnography of his own people, known variously as the Kitkatla, Gitxaala, or Git lax m’oon (“the people of the saltwater”). FULL STORY

A fox behind a smile

Her biographer Judi Tyabji believes Clark is much more than “a heartless, arrogant, corporate sellout.” REVIEW: Christy Clark: Behind the Smile… FULL STORY

Coming out as Métis

Indebted to Brian Mulroney and Stephen Harper, Gerry St. Germain owed much of  his integrity as a Senator to his… FULL STORY

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