Inside Lethbridge’s supervised drug consumption site.
My working-class-hero uncle, booted out of Canada by the stooges of capital.
Hakique Virani and Roger Chaffin respectfully disagree.
Meet the Minister
Preview our interview with Health Minister Sarah Hoffman.
Natural stillness matters.
So, we are finally doing it: legal marijuana.
by Harry Palmer. 1983, Calgary.
Christina Frangou is a health, medicine and fitness journalist. Her work has featured in The Globe and Mail and FASHION; her “How to Talk About Death and Dying” won a 2017 AMPA Gold. Her AV story on assisted dying (Nov 2017) can be found at albertaviews.ca/archives.
Myrna Kostash is an Edmonton-based writer of literary and creative nonfiction. She is best known for her multicultural classic All of Baba’s Children (1977), which has never gone out of print. Her most recent book is The Seven Oaks Reader (NeWest Press, 2016).
Jaime Vedres (photos for “Reducing the Harm”) is a commercial photographer born and raised in Southern Alberta. He feels fortunate to have grown up in an era when schools still taught traditional darkroom photography. He also enjoys tintypes, large-format cameras and pinhole work.
Merna Summers is a journalist turned fiction-writer. She has been active in The Writers’ Union of Canada and in the Writers’ Guild of Alberta, was a writer in residence at the U of A and the St. Albert Public Library, and has taught writing at The Banff Centre.
LOVE SONNET FROM SHAKESPEARE FOR MARGARET by Eric Cameron,
2002. Acrylic and gesso on small block. 6″ x 12″ x 12″. TrepanierBaer Gallery.