2014

  • “A Fish Tale: Book looks at Canada and EU negotiations over 35 years.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2014, Number 62.  Interview with Donald Barry, co-author of Fishing for a Solution: Canada’s Fisheries Relations with the European Union, 1977-2013.
  • “What Dreams May Come: Goobie releases debut adult novel.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2014, Number 62. Interview with Beth Goobie, author of The First Principles of Dreaming.
  • “What the world sees: Collection examines the human condition.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2014, Number 62.  Interview with Sean Johnston, author of we don’t listen to them.
  • “Cultural Traditions: Residential school survivors inspired novel.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2014, Number 62. Interview with Frank Christopher Busch, author of Grey Eyes.
  • “Offerings: Ending occupation first step to peace.” Edmonton Journal, Saturday, December 13, 2014.
  • “Elder ousted from mall wants action before accepting apology.” Alberta Sweetgrass, December 2014, Volume 22, Number 1.
  • “Inner city facility addresses unique needs of Aboriginal homelessness.” Alberta Sweetgrass, November 2014, Volume 21, Number 12.
  • “Organizations partner for the future of Aboriginal youth.” Alberta Sweetgrass, November 2014, Volume 21, Number 12.
  • “Creeasian delivers message of peace through Hip Hop.” Alberta Sweetgrass, October 2014, Volume 21, Number 11.
  • Profiles of the 2014 Sizzling 20 Under 30. Edmontonians, Volume XXV, Number 2, Fall 2014.
  • “Aboriginal company strong on Alberta’s theatre scene.” Alberta Sweetgrass, September 2014, Volume 21, Issue 10.
  • “Poverty in the City: It’s Not the Agencies, It’s All of Us.” Alberta Street News, Volume 11, Issue 7, 2014.
  • “Jewish Fitness Instructors.” Heritage – Yerusha, Summer 2014, Volume 16, Number 3. The Journal of the Jewish Archives and Historical Society of Edmonton and Northern Alberta.
  • “Slut Walk places special emphasis on treatment of Aboriginal women.” Alberta Sweetgrass, July 2014, Volume 21, Number 8.
  • “Memorial puts ‘human face’ on tragic losses.” Alberta Sweetgrass, June 2014, Volume 21, Number 7.
  • “Bold Eagle celebrates 25 years training Aboriginal youth.” Alberta Sweetgrass, June 2014, Volume 21, Number 7.
  • “Day of Action results in a cancelled wedding.” Alberta Sweetgrass, June 2014, Volume 21, Number 7.
  • “An Unhealthy Relationship: Book exposes the shame of Canada’s ‘National Dream’.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring 2014, Number 61. Interview with James Daschuk, author of Clearing the Plains: Disease, Politics of Starvation, and the Loss of Aboriginal Life.
  • “A tapestry of hope: MCC celebrates 50 years.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring 2014, Number 61. Interview with Esther Epp-Tiessen, author of Mennonite Central Committee in Canada: A History.
  • “A journey home: Author asks how do we renew our bonds?” Prairie Books NOW, Spring 2014, Number 61. Interview with Trevor Herriot, author of The Road is How: A Prairie Pilgrimage through Nature, Desire, and Soul.
  • “The journey of intergenerational trauma from anger to reconciliation.” Alberta Sweetgrass, April 2014, Volume 21, Number 5.
  • “Janvier has turned hell into art.” Alberta Sweetgrass, April 2014, Volume 21, Number 5.
  • “Emotional reality of residential school hits in adulthood.” Alberta Sweetgrass, April 2014, Volume 21, Number 5.
  • “Literacy a key compenent in turning youth away from criminal activities.”  Alberta Sweetgrass, March 2014, Volume 21, Number 4.
  • “Michael Oshry: Elected to City Council in Ward 5.” Heritage – Yerusha, Winter 2014, Volume 16, Number 2. The Journal of the Jewish Archives and Historical Society of Edmonton and Northern Alberta.
  • “Shaping Minds, One Class at a time: Contemporary Jewish University Professors.” Heritage – Yerusha, Winter 2014, Volume 16, Number 2. The Journal of the Jewish Archives and Historical Society of Edmonton and Northern Alberta.
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