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Individualism Run Amok

Vouchers mean the end of public education

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Life in Upheaval

Alberta writers on COVID-19

Dialogue

Should post-secondary education be free?

Hugh Mackenzie and Kelly Foley respectfully disagree

On Second Thought

Big Beef

Hard questions of an iconic industry

This Land

UCP Report Card

Grading the environmental record

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Tanecia, by Leah Hennel, 2020. Olympic Plaza, Calgary.

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Carolyn Blasetti

Carolyn Blasetti (“Individualism Run Amok”) is the executive director of Support our Students.

Curtis Gillespie

Curtis Gillespie (“The Resurgence of Respect for Expertise”) is the publisher of Eighteen Bridges.

For “Life in Upheaval”

Jaspreet Singh was the 2019 Author in Residence at the Calgary Public Library.
Jasmina Odor writes fiction and teaches in Edmonton.
Sid Marty has published 10 books of non-fiction and poetry.
Katherine Govier is a novelist and Member of the Order of Canada.
Sharon Butala has written 20 books of fiction and non-fiction.
Bashir Mohamed writes often on social justice issues.
Trina Moyles won a 2020 silver National Magazine Award for “Herd Memory,” published in Alberta Views, Dec 2019.
Rudy Wiebe has twice won the Governor General’s Award for Fiction.
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Tanecia, by Leah Hennel, 2020. Olympic Plaza, Calgary.

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Our Writers

Carolyn Blasetti

Carolyn Blasetti (“Individualism Run Amok”) is the executive director of Support our Students.

Curtis Gillespie

Curtis Gillespie (“The Resurgence of Respect for Expertise”) is the publisher of Eighteen Bridges.

For “Life in Upheaval”

Jaspreet Singh was the 2019 Author in Residence at the Calgary Public Library.
Jasmina Odor writes fiction and teaches in Edmonton.
Sid Marty has published 10 books of non-fiction and poetry.
Katherine Govier is a novelist and Member of the Order of Canada.
Sharon Butala has written 20 books of fiction and non-fiction.
Bashir Mohamed writes often on social justice issues.
Trina Moyles won a 2020 silver National Magazine Award for “Herd Memory,” published in Alberta Views, Dec 2019.
Rudy Wiebe has twice won the Governor General’s Award for Fiction.
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In 2017 I issued a mid-term report card on the environmental record of Rachel Notley’s government. Their performance on land ...

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The Ghosts of the Mink Make a Big Spirit (Detail) by Halie Finney. 2019. Art Gallery of Alberta.

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The Black Prairie Archives: An Anthology

edited by Karina Vernon,
reviewed by Ian Williams

Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber

by Mike Isaac
reviewed by Karl Schwonik

Feminist Acts

by Tessa Jordan
reviewed by Carol Williams

The Red Chesterfield, Broke City and The Apocalypse of Morgan Turner

The Red Chesterfield by Wayne Arthurson; Broke City by Wendy McGrath and The Apocalypse of Morgan Turner by Jennifer Quist
all three reviewed by Yutaka Dirks
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The Ghosts of the Mink Make a Big Spirit (Detail) by Halie Finney. 2019. Art Gallery of Alberta.
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Books

The Black Prairie Archives: An Anthology

edited by Karina Vernon,
reviewed by Ian Williams

Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber

by Mike Isaac
reviewed by Karl Schwonik

Feminist Acts

by Tessa Jordan
reviewed by Carol Williams

The Red Chesterfield, Broke City and The Apocalypse of Morgan Turner

The Red Chesterfield by Wayne Arthurson; Broke City by Wendy McGrath and The Apocalypse of Morgan Turner by Jennifer Quist
all three reviewed by Yutaka Dirks
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