A closer look at the arguments over the Trans Mountain Pipeline.
The first-ever Alberta-election game.
A tribute to Charlie Russell by Sid Marty.
A tribute to Charlie Russell by Kevin van Tighem.
David Hughes and Martha Hall Findlay respectfully disagree.
On the Ledge
If all goes according to plan, Alberta will have a provincial election this spring.
TREATY DAYS, CHIPEWYAN PRAIRIE FIRST NATION
by Joey Podlubny, 2017.
Chris Turner is the author of The Patch, the story of Alberta’s oil sands, published September 2018. His bestselling books The Geography of Hope and The Great Leap shed light on the global sustainability movement. A prolific speaker and magazine writer, he lives in Calgary.
Sid Marty has published five books of non-fiction and three of poetry. His Leaning on the Wind: Under the Spell of the Great Chinook and The Black Grizzly of Whiskey Creek were finalists for Governor General’s Awards. Marty lives and writes in the foothills of southwestern Alberta.
Kevin van Tighem
Kevin Van Tighem has written many stories and essays on conservation and wildlife. He’s the author of Bears Without Fear (2013), The Homeward Wolf (2013), Heart Waters (2015) and Our Place: Changing the Nature of Alberta (2017), all published by Rocky Mountain Books.
Christine Wiesenthal is a frequent reviewer for Alberta Views, teaches English and film studies at the University of Alberta. Her biography The Half-Lives of Pat Lowther was shortlisted for the 2006 Governor General’s Literary Award for Non-fiction.
From Part 2: A Tribute to Charlie Russell, by Kevin van Tighem