Amos wins 2023 Stuart-Stubbs prize

“Through a meticulous study of BC artist E.J. Hughes’ life and wartime artwork, Robert Amos (at left) provides new insight into an important chapter of history and Canadian art.FULL STORY



You don’t have to build the Taj Mahal

September 18th, 2015

Robb Lucy of Delta co-founded the Make-A-Wish Foundation in Canada and has helped generate non-profit organizations for literacy, sports and cancer awareness, receiving a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his efforts. Now the former CBC journalist wants to encourage and inspire his Boomer generation to consider the importance of generating “legacies” in a non-monetary sense. Often humorous, Lucy’s self-published Legacies are not Just for Dead People (Legacy Communications $21.95) offers guidance for identifying personal strengths as the mainspring for projects that will benefit others—everything from garage bands to international charities. In a nutshell, “You don’t have to be rich, famous or dead to leave a legacy.” In B.C., his book is available from Black Bond Books and Book Warehouse 978-0-9940317-0-9 – US $19.88

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