Neuroscience transforms a Blood Reserve school.
A university debate over free speech tests the limits of tenure.
Joel French and David Staples differ (respectively) on whether private schools should get public funding.
Meet the Minister
Preview our interview with Alberta’s Advanced Education Minster.
A province of junkies.
Real advice for archetypical Albertans.
by Don Price. 2014, Edmonton.
Jenna Butler is the author of three books of poetry; a collection of essays, A Profession of Hope: Farming on the Edge of the Grizzly Trail; and a new travelogue, Magnetic North: Sea Voyage to Svalbard. She teaches creative writing and eco-criticism at Red Deer College.
Doug Horner is a Calgary-based writer, editor and researcher and a former departments editor at Alberta Views. His most recent AV article was about rural theatre (May 2015). His byline has also appeared in Alberta Venture, Swerve, This, Leap and Sharp.
Joel French is the executive director of Public Interest Alberta, where he’s worked since 2014. Previously, French was a communications and administrative officer with Friends of Medicare and an assistant to then- NDP leader Brian Mason.
David Staples has been an Edmonton Journal writer since 1985; he’s currently a city hall columnist and hockey blogger. He has won two National Newspaper Awards (1992 and 2005) and two National Magazine Awards (1995).
PROXIMAL I,II,III,IV,V by Caroline Monnet,
2018. Installation view. Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity.