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The Assault on Higher Education

The UCP want job-skills factories.

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Alberta universities’ great pandemic experiment.

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Should All University Students Take Some Liberal Arts?

A dialogue between Shelly Wismath and Ken Coates.

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Silk roads and war.

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The Lesson of Lougheed

A better Alberta is always possible.

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Resting Place, by John Vanveen, 2021.

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Laurie Adkin

 Laurie Adkin (“The Assault on Higher Education”) is a long-time professor of political science at the University of Alberta.

David King

David King (“The Lesson of Lougheed”) was MLA for Edmonton-Highlands (1971–1986) and Minister of Education (1979–1986).

Lee Richardson

Lee Richardson (“The Arrival of Modern Alberta”) was MP for Calgary Southeast (1988–1993) and Calgary Centre (2004–2012).

Brooks DeCillia

Brooks DeCillia (“Online Learning”), a former CBC reporter, teaches communications at Mount Royal University. 

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Resting Place, by John Vanveen, 2021.

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Laurie Adkin

 Laurie Adkin (“The Assault on Higher Education”) is a long-time professor of political science at the University of Alberta.

David King

David King (“The Lesson of Lougheed”) was MLA for Edmonton-Highlands (1971–1986) and Minister of Education (1979–1986).

Lee Richardson

Lee Richardson (“The Arrival of Modern Alberta”) was MP for Calgary Southeast (1988–1993) and Calgary Centre (2004–2012).

Brooks DeCillia

Brooks DeCillia (“Online Learning”), a former CBC reporter, teaches communications at Mount Royal University.
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The Lesson of Lougheed

For 100 years, between 1905 and 2005, Albertans changed their government only three times (1921, 1935, 1971). The last of these ...

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The Cree called it Kisiskâciwanisîpiy—the swiftly flowing river. For the Blackfoot, it was omaka-ty—the big river. It starts in the Columbia ...

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Foggy Day, by Cody Kapcsos.

2021. University of Lethbridge.

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My Own Blood

by Ashely Bristowe,
reviewed by Rebecca Jaremko Bromwich

Dissonant Methods

edited by Ada S. Jaarsma and Kit Dobson,
reviewed by Joe Kadi

Coconut

by Nisha Patel,
reviewed by Sharanpal Ruprai

Seen But Not Seen

by Donald B. Smith,
reviewed by Roger Epp

Briefly Noted

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