DNA and a dogged detective

Longtime Alberni reporter Shayne Morrow (left) reveals the pioneering role an RCMP officer played in the early use of DNA when he solved an old case of rape and murder. Reviewed by Kathryn Neilson. FULL STORY

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I have it on good authority that several editors and some members of the Advisory Board at the The Ormsby… FULL STORY

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Bee Time: Lessons from the Hive (Harvard University Press) by SFU’s Mark Winston has won the Governor General’s Non-Fiction Award… FULL STORY

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Kolin Lymworth’s Banyen Books operation in Kitsilano turned 45 in December. Also thriving, Vancouver Kidsbooks is relocating a few blocks… FULL STORY

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Of Windh and rain and desert… Jacqueline Windh gets around. In 2015, at age 51, she has just participated in… FULL STORY

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At age 24, Mona Fertig opened The Literary Storefront in Vancouver. In October of 1980 , The Writers’ Union of… FULL STORY

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DAN IS BACK, AND HE NEVER WENT AWAY Dan Jason has enjoyed gardening since childhood and he remains committed to… FULL STORY

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Canada Day was a good day for the BC book community, bringing national recognition with induction into the Order of… FULL STORY

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Congratulations to Vancouver’s Renée Saklikar whose much-shortlisted and bestselling Children of Air India (Nightwood) was chosen best poetry book in… FULL STORY

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