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Autumn

by Cheryl DunkleyThe falling leaves scatter before me, like my thoughtsWhirling, clicking, dashing across the grass at the whim of the wind.Small piles...

Dear Glenbow: Collecting Letters From Our Community

Your story is important! Hello Friends! We're inviting all Calgarians and Albertans to participate in a community collecting initiative. Send us a letter, photo...

In My Books: The Hero’s Walk

The Hero’s Walkby Anita Rau BadamiThe Hero’s Walk, written by acclaimed author Anita Rau Badami, is a tale that touches on the theme...
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In My Books: The Last Woman

The Last WomanBy John BemroseSituated in Ontario’s Northern Country, The Last Woman, by John Bemrose is a captivating tale that revolves and entwines...
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In My Books: Alligator

Alligatorby Lisa MooreAlligator, a fictitious novel written by award winning author Lisa Moore, is a suspenseful story centered in St John’s, Newfoundland and...
In My Books – The Remains of the Day

In My Books: The Remains of the Day

The Remains of the Day is a Canadian published fictitious tale written by award-winning author Kazuo Ishiguro. The story of The Remains of...
In My Books – How Will You Be Remembered

In My Books: How Will You Be Remembered? The Definitive Guide to Creating and...

Reviewed by Karen Rigby, Foreword/Clarion ReviewsThis book brings the lofty idea of legacies and their stories down to earth, showing that even seemingly...
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In My Books: You Went Away by Timothy Findley

You Went Away, a novella written by Timothy Findley is a story of loss and heartbreak that occurs during World War II. Mi...
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In My Books: The Way of the Fight by Georges St. Pierre

The Way of the Fight, a number-one national best seller, is a book written by popular Canadian mixed martial artist Georges St. Pierre, with...

Book Review: Tamarind Mem by Anita Rau Badami

Tamarind Mem, written by nationally acclaimed writer Anita Rau Badami, is a tale of a mother and a daughter and their respective life...
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A Family-Friendly and Festive December in the Arts

by Aaron ChathaIt’s the holiday season and this month is brimming with family-friendly events in the arts world.In fact, family takes the forefront...
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For Arts’ Sake: A Stage for One and All

by Aaron ChathaIt’s chilly outside, but November is filled with shows to warm your heart.On November 4, National Geographic wildlife photographer Ronan Donovan...