2015

  • Profiles of the 2014 Sizzling 20 Under 30. Edmontonians, Volume XXVI, Number 2, Fall 2015.
  • “Conference to explore partnerships between Aboriginal community, United Church.” Alberta Sweetgrass, August 2015, Volume 22, Number 9.
  • “Aboriginal garden to be a community gathering place.” Alberta Sweetgrass, August 2015, Volume 22, Number 9.
  • “Title of honourary witness acknowledges work already undertaken by Sainte-Marie.” Alberta Sweetgrass, August 2015, Volume 22, Number 9.
  • “Through the Looking Glass: Fantasy and Adventure at the forefront of new novel.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring/Summer 2015, Number 66. Interview with Simon Rose, author of The Sphere of Septimus.
  • “Down But Not Out: Former boxer Roland Vandal rights back against abuse and addiction.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring/Summer 2015, Number 66. Interview with Roland Vandal, author of Off the Ropes: My Story.
  • “Lovingly remembered: Memoir a tale of love, obligation and family values.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring/Summer 2015, Number 66. Interview with Lynette Loeppky, author of Cease: A Memoir of Love, Loss and Desire.
  • “On The Herizon: New book documents feminist struggle in Canada.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring/Summer 2015, Number 66. Interview with Penni Mitchell, author of About Canada: Women’s Rights.
  • “A Not So Dead End Job: Novelist comes of age alongside his protagonist.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring/Summer 2015, Number 66. Interview with Sean Trinder, author of The Guy Who Pumps Your Gas Hates You.
  • “Graphic novel depicts thesis work on violence and traditional healing.” Alberta Sweetgrass, July 2015, Volume 22, Number 8.
  • “Business association aims to make Edmonton Aboriginal Business Capital of Canada. Alberta Sweetgrass, June 2015, Volume 22, Number 7.
  • “Artwork reflects the Mill Woods experience.” Alberta Sweetgrass, May 2015, Volume 22, Number 6.
  • “Aboriginal physician sees cultural connections as medicine.” Alberta Sweetgrass, April 2015, Volume 22, Number 5.
  • “First Nation, association team up to provide workplace training.” Alberta Sweetgrass, April 2015, Volume 22, Number 5.
  • “Aboriginal cleric honoured for advocacy work.” Alberta Sweetgrass, April 2015, Volume 22, Number 5.
  • “Rubaboo emerging as a major Aboriginal festival.” Alberta Sweetgrass, March 2015, Volume 22, Number 4.
  • “Too many young Aboriginal children live in poverty.” Alberta Sweetgrass, February 2015, Volume 22, Number 3.
  • “Offerings: Church Street at heart of inner city – Houses of worship reflect strength of misunderstood neighbourhood.” Edmonton Journal, Saturday, February 7, 2015.
  • “Software to revitalize, support Indigenous languages.” Alberta Sweetgrass, January 2015, Volume 22, Number 2. Also published in the February 2015 issue of Windspeaker.
  • “Book offers first-hand stories of survivors.” Alberta Sweetgrass, January 2015, Volume 22, Number 2.
  • “Police officer’s promotion sparks protest.” Alberta Sweetgrass, January 2015, Volume 22, Number 2.
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