Nancy Richler (1957-2018)

Nancy Richler from Montreal was one of the first writers to depict Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside and the plight of missing women when she published the first of her three novels, Throwaway Angels. FULL STORY

NEWS & EVENTS

Jack of two trades

Jack Schofield of Mayne Island flew, for 20 years, as a commercial seaplane pilot along the full stretch of coastal… FULL STORY

Mercer a double winner

“Parks have always been my passion,” says George Mercer, “and after a long career and being blessed with good health… FULL STORY

The Random Ambassador

Wendy Morton started the Random Acts of Poetry movement, which encourages poets across Canada to read poems and give copies… FULL STORY

Home is where the art is

Claudette Lauzon’s book The Unmaking of Home in Contemporary Art (University of Toronto Press, 2017) was featured at the Audain Gallery in… FULL STORY

Salish Sea and thee

Howard Macdonald Stewart presents his book, Views of the Salish Sea: One Hundred and Fifty Years of Change around the… FULL STORY

Bethune launch

The most famous Canadian in China remains the Communist medical pioneer Norman Bethune who served in the Spanish Civil War… FULL STORY

Geddes receives Freedom Award

Poet, anthologist, translator and non-fiction author of Medicine Unbundled: A Journey through the Minefields of Indigenous Health Care (Heritage House, 2017),… FULL STORY

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