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Misplaced Anger

Western alienation and the battle over equalization

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All The Rage

Observing the 2019 election

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The Big Man in Cargo Shorts

Fiction by Ali Bryan

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Should government apologize for past sins?

David Bercuson and Mitch Miyagawa respectfully disagree

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Better Contagion

Saving the world starts at home

On the Ledge

Imposing Decorum

Ideal meets reality

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Tadzio Richards

Tadzio Richards is the associate editor at Alberta Views. He received an Alberta Magazine Award for his AV story on the 2015 provincial election; his story on the UCP leadership race was a 2019 AMA finalist. He drives a blue truck, bought in Calgary long before Mr. Kenney got his Dodge Ram.

Ali Bryan

Ali Bryan writes novels, short stories and non-fiction. Her first novel, Roost (Freehand, 2013), won the Georges Bugnet Award for Fiction. Her second, The Figgs (Freehand, 2018), was shortlisted for the 2019 Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour. She lives in Calgary.

Trevor Tombe

Trevor Tombe is an associate professor of economics at the U of C and a research fellow in The School of Public Policy. His work focuses mainly on international trade and macroeconomics. He took part in AV’s March 2018 dialogue: “Should government go into debt?

Xulin Wang

Xulin Wang (illustration for “The Big Man in Cargo Shorts”) is an illustrator and comic artist raised in Alberta and now based in Toronto. Her work tells personal and socially conscious stories through the media of gouache, charcoal, Photoshop and whatever else she finds lying around.

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by Chris Brun, 1970, Collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.
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Our Writers

Tadzio Richards

Tadzio Richards is the associate editor at Alberta Views. He received an Alberta Magazine Award for his AV story on the 2015 provincial election; his story on the UCP leadership race was a 2019 AMA finalist. He drives a blue truck, bought in Calgary long before Mr. Kenney got his Dodge Ram.

Ali Bryan

Ali Bryan writes novels, short stories and non-fiction. Her first novel, Roost (Freehand, 2013), won the Georges Bugnet Award for Fiction. Her second, The Figgs (Freehand, 2018), was shortlisted for the 2019 Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour. She lives in Calgary.

Trevor Tombe

 Trevor Tombe is an associate professor of economics at the U of C and a research fellow in The School of Public Policy. His work focuses mainly on international trade and macroeconomics. He took part in AV’s March 2018 dialogue: “Should government go into debt?”

Xulin Wang

Xulin Wang (illustration for “The Big Man in Cargo Shorts”) is an illustrator and comic artist raised in Alberta and now based in Toronto. Her work tells personal and socially conscious stories through the media of gouache, charcoal, Photoshop and whatever else she finds lying around.

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Misplaced Anger

Should Alberta ditch Canada? This simple yet ominous question—blazoned on two Alberta billboards earlier this year, and asked by many ...

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2017. Pigment ink print on photo paper, laminated on aluminum disband composite.

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Costly Fix: Power, Politics and Nature in Tar Sands

by Ian Urquhart
Reviewed by by Angela V. Carter

Insomnia Bird: Edmonton Poems

by Kelly Shepard
Reviewed by Jannie Edwards

The Comedian 

by Clem Martini
Reviewed by Alex Rettie
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by Clemens Gritl

2017. Pigment ink print on photo paper, laminated on aluminum disband composite.

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Books

Costly Fix: Power, Politics and Nature in Tar Sands

by Ian Urquhart
Reviewed by by Angela V. Carter

Insomnia Bird: Edmonton Poems

by Kelly Shepard
Reviewed by Jannie Edwards

The Comedian 

by Clem Martini
Reviewed by Alex Rettie
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