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A Gendered Lens

The Status of Women ministry brings gender equality one step closer.

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Unconditional Support

Calgary’s Women’s Centre extends support to all women in an effort to reduce barriers to participation in society.

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Woman and Politics

Women shouldn’t have to act like men; the system should accommodate differences.

In Focus

Edmonton Int. Choral Festival

Pro Coro Canada is launching a new Edmonton International Choral Festival that will wrap with a large gala choir performance.

This Land

Grading Notley and Co.

The NDP inherited many environmental challenges—most critically, water security and climate change.

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The Alberta Advantage

We’re a rich jurisdiction whose citizens refuse increased taxation and force their government deeply into debt—then criticize the government for being in debt.

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KATIE OHE IN HER SPRINGBANK STUDIO,
BY JEREMY FOKKENS, 2015, Calgary.
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Jackie Flanagan

Jackie Flanagan is the founder and former editor of Alberta Views. She was born in Alberta and raised in Bowness. She has degrees from UBC and U of C and taught English at Mount Royal College for 18 years.

Aritha van Herk

Aritha van Herk rose to international literary prominence with her novel Judith, which received the 1978 Seal First Novel Award. She is the author of several novels, works of non-fiction and many articles and reviews.

Naomi K. Lewis

Naomi K. Lewis is an editor, fiction and non-fiction writer, creative writing teacher and former associate editor at Alberta Views. Her book I Know Who You Remind Me Of won Enfield & Wizenty’s 2012 Colophon Prize for fiction.

Shannon Phillips

Shannon Phillips was elected as an MLA to the Alberta Legislature in 2015 and appointed the Minister of Environment and Parks. She previously worked for the Alberta Federation of Labour and has written extensively for Alberta Views.

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KATIE OHE IN HER SPRINGBANK STUDIO,
BY JEREMY FOKKENS, 2015, Calgary.
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Our Writers

Jackie Flanagan

Jackie Flanagan is the founder and former editor of Alberta Views. She was born in Alberta and raised in Bowness. She has degrees from UBC and U of C and taught English at Mount Royal College for 18 years.

Aritha van Herk

Aritha van Herk rose to international literary prominence with her novel Judith, which received the 1978 Seal First Novel Award. She is the author of several novels, works of non-fiction and many articles and reviews.

Naomi K. Lewis

Naomi K. Lewis is an editor, fiction and non-fiction writer, creative writing teacher and former associate editor at Alberta Views. Her book I Know Who You Remind Me Of won Enfield & Wizenty’s 2012 Colophon Prize for fiction.

Shannon Phillips

Shannon Phillips was elected as an MLA to the Alberta Legislature in 2015 and appointed the Minister of Environment and Parks. She previously worked for the Alberta Federation of Labour and has written extensively for Alberta Views.

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Grading Notley and Co.

Two years ago Alberta elected an NDP government. Right-wing pundits forecast disaster. Environmentalists were optimistic. The optimists may have been ...

No Free Lunch

Poleconomy, a 1980s family board game billed as “The Game of Canada,” has you move plastic beaver tokens, buy real-life ...

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CALGARY PEACE BRIDGE, BY VINCENT CHAHLEY,

2016. Photograph.

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Stalled: The Representation of Women in Canadian Governments

edited by Linda Trimble, Jane Arscott and Manon Tremblay
Reviewed by Linda Mae McKay-Panos

Where I Live Now: A Journey through Love and Loss to Healing and Hope

 by Sharon Butala
Reviewed by Anne Logan

Wonder Women: 25 Innovators, Inventors and Trailblazers Who Changed History

Written by Sam Maggs; Illustrated by Sophia Foster-Dimino
Reviewed by Naomi K. Lewis

How to Pick Up a Maid in Statue Square

by Rea Tarvydas
Reviewed by Andrew Guilbert
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Art

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CALGARY PEACE BRIDGE by Vincent Chahley,

2016. Photograph.

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Books

Stalled: The Representation of Women in Canadian Governments

edited by Linda Trimble, Jane Arscott and Manon Tremblay
Reviewed by Linda Mae McKay-Panos

Where I Live Now: A Journey through Love and Loss to Healing and Hope

 by Sharon Butala
Reviewed by Anne Logan

Wonder Women: 25 Innovators, Inventors and Trailblazers Who Changed History

Written by Sam Maggs; Illustrated by Sophia Foster-Dimino
Reviewed by Naomi K. Lewis

How to Pick Up a Maid in Statue Square

by Rea Tarvydas
Reviewed by Andrew Guilbert
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