Fournier, Suzanne Sculpture-Shore-to-Shore

New Stanley Park art by Luke Marston


A statue to make the decendants of Portuguese Joe Silvey and Kwatleematt proud. FULL STORY


Henry. Ivan-with-his-daughters-for-WEB

Ivan Henry with his daughters upon acquittal and release from prison, 2010

Innocence withheld – the Ivan Henry story

Having survived the nightmare of serving 27 years in jail after being wrongfully convicted of major sex crimes, Ivan Henry may one day be as well-known to Canadians as David Milgaard or Steven Truscott.

Meanwhile he’s fighting to proclaim his actual innocence as lawyer Joan McEwen describes in her remarkable book, Innocence on Trial: The Framing of Ivan Henry (Heritage House $22.95). FULL STORY

Hungrywolf, Adolf and Andes children

Thinking Inca to ink a deal

Adolf HungryWolf’s manuscript about his South American experiences is called Mystico: Life with the Mountain Spirits. Hungrywolf’s 311-page manuscript Mystico has… FULL STORY

Wright, Shelley near where Franklin ship was found

As north as she gets

In 1988, Pierre Berton and his publisher Avie Bennett flew from Yellowknife to Inuvik, then took a helicopter north to… FULL STORY

Coastal wolves exlore outer beaches of Great Bear Rainforest.

Great Bear crusade continues

Now Ian McAllister’s Great Bear Wild: Dispatches from a Northern Rainforest (Greystone $50) underscores the importance of wilderness conservation in… FULL STORY

Henry, Ivan with David Milgaard

Innocence withheld

Labour lawyer Joan McEwen describes Henry’s nightmarish journey towards freedom in her remarkable new book, Innocence on Trial: The Framing… FULL STORY


Elizabeth the First

Federal Green Party leader Elizabeth May believes Canada under the leadership of Stephen Harper has been suffering from an identity… FULL STORY

Olsen, Sylvia different res

Knit picking

Here Sylvia Olsen recalls the origins of her latest book,  Knitting Stories (Sono Nis). A few years ago, while I… FULL STORY

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