2010

  • “The Wild West: New book reveals the early history of the Mounties.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2010, #54. Interview with Charles Wilkins, author ofThe Wild Ride: A History of the North West Mounted Police, 1873-1904.
  • “A not so proud history: Author examines Alberta’s Sexual Sterilization Act.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2010, #54. Interview with Jane Harris-Zsovan, author of Eugenics and the Firewall: Canada’s Nasty Little Secret. Article mistakenly credited to Ariel Gordon.
  • “Keeping the Home Fires Burning: Historian details the effects WWI had on Winnipeg.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2010, #54. Interview with Jim Blanchard, author of Winnipeg’s Great War.
  • “The Cerebral Palsy Association of Alberta.” Merge Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 8, November 2010.
  • “2010 Canada Career Week Fair.” Merge Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 8, November 2010.
  • “Educating and assisting women in their own language.” Merge Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 7, October 2010.
  • “Getting Youth Involved.” Merge Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 7, October 2010.
  • “Run for the Cure.” Merge Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 7, October 2010.
  • “Shelley Switzer: ‘Juggling’ Her Duties: Artistic Producer of the Edmonton International Street Performers Festival.” Heritage – Yerusha, Fall 2010, Volume 13, Number 1. The Journal of the Jewish Archives and Historical Society of Edmonton and Northern Alberta.
  • “Using space to the fullest: Kaleido uses 118th Ave.’s nooks and crannies.” SEE Magazine, September 9, 2010.
  • “Wear & Wares Share: Simplify your home while helping someone in need.” Merge Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 6, September 2010.
  • “The Mustard Seed: Faith, Hope and Help.” Merge Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 6, September 2010.
  • “Diverse Cultural Celebration: Festival expands to fill weekend, based on a successful first year.” SEE Magazine, August 26, 2010.
  • “Global significance: Book explores terror’s impact.” Prairie Books NOW, Summer 2010, #53. Interview with Karim-Aly S. Kassam, editor of Understanding Terror: Perspectives for Canadians.
  • “War torn: Author explores family separations during times of war.” Prairie Books NOW, Summer 2010, #53. Interview with Marny Duncan-Cary, author of Who’s That Man?.
  • “A Great. White North: Canada part of a polar neighbourhood.” Prairie Books NOW, Summer 2010, #53. Interview with Jennifer Parks, author of Canada’s Arctic Sovereignty: Resources, Climate, and Conflict.
  • “Pitching In on the Fight Against Diabetes.” Merge Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 5, August 2010.
  • “Getting Connected While Staying Fit.” Merge Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 5, August 2010.
  • “Paddling for a Cause.” Merge Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 5, August 2010.
  • “Bridging the Generations: Jewish Dentists in Edmonton.” Heritage – Yerusha, Winter 2010, Volume 12, Number 2. The Journal of the Jewish Archives and Historical Society of Edmonton and Northern Alberta.
  • “Carved into the landscape: Beaver Hills an area of natural beauty.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring 2010, #52. Interview with Graham A. MacDonald, author of The Beaver Hills Country: A History of Land and Life.
  • “First words: Aboriginal women use their voice.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring 2010, #52. Interview with Patricia A. Monture and Patricia D. McGuire, editors ofFirst Voices: An Aboriginal Women’s Reader.
  • “Puppet master: Playwright Burkett pulls a few strings.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring 2010, #52. Interview with Ronnie Burkett, author of Spring Quartet: Four Plays by Ronnie Burkett.
  • “Sisterhoods and Synagogues.” Heritage – Yerusha, Winter 2010, Volume 12, Number 2. The Journal of the Jewish Archives and Historical Society of Edmonton and Northern Alberta.