The White House and White Rock

No balloons. No speeches. As Canada Day approaches we look at Brandon Dimmel’s book on U.S.-Canada border relations, how they evolved from World War I, with a focus on White Rock. Review by Keith Regular FULL STORY

Grub & grapes

May 15th, 2017

Kimberley Veness of Adams Lake learned to love land, animals, growing food and the smell of manure on a ninety-acre family farm in Saskatchewan. In her first book, Let’s Eat: Sustainable Food for a Hungry Planet (Orca Footprints $19.95), she uncovers the secret lives of our groceries, explores alternative farm technologies and tours gardens on corporate rooftops and military-style bunkers below streets. With facts about agriculture around the world, Veness covers everything from the biggest farm in the world to how many pesticides are in a single grape. 978-1-459809390

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