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Initiation

A young boy’s encounter with a man’s world

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Is Recycling Futile?

Alberta’s blue-bin boondoggle

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Concrete: From Grey to Green

Ingenuity improves “the most destructive material on earth.”

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Alberta and Quebec, joined by pipe

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Worker, by Ewan Nicholson. 2017. Alberta Beverage Container Recycling Corporation, Edmonton.

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Tim Bowling

Tim Bowling (“Initiation”) is a poet and fiction writer who grew up on Canada’s west coast and now lives in Edmonton.

Sharon J. Riley

Sharon J. Riley (“Concrete: From Grey to Green”) covers Alberta for The Narwhal. Her work has also appeared in The Walrus, Harper’s and Maisonneuve, among others.

Niki Wilson

Niki Wilson (“Is Recycling Futile?”) is a Jasper-based science journalist whose work has been published by BBCEarth, Canadian Wildlife and Natural History. Her previous AV story was on Alberta’s efforts to eradicate wild pigs (Nov 2019).

Ashley Bristowe

Ashley Bristowe (Citizen Action) lives in Calgary. Her My Own Blood will be published by Random House Canada in spring 2021.

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Worker, by Ewan Nicholson. 2017. Alberta Beverage Container Recycling Corporation, Edmonton.
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Our Writers

Tim Bowling

Tim Bowling (“Initiation”) is a poet and fiction writer who grew up on Canada’s west coast and now lives in Edmonton.

Sharon J. Riley

Sharon J. Riley (“Concrete: From Grey to Green”) covers Alberta for The Narwhal. Her work has also appeared in The Walrus, Harper’s and Maisonneuve, among others.

Niki Wilson

Niki Wilson (“Is Recycling Futile?”) is a Jasper-based science journalist whose work has been published by BBCEarth, Canadian Wildlife and Natural History. Her previous AV story was on Alberta’s efforts to eradicate wild pigs (Nov 2019).

Ashley Bristowe

Ashley Bristowe (Citizen Action) lives in Calgary. Her My Own Blood will be published by Random House Canada in spring 2021.

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Hui Ming and Sok Hing by Angeline Simon

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Power Play: Professional Hockey and the Politics of Urban Development

by Jay Scherer, David Mills and Linda Sloan McCullough
Reviewed by Ryan Gauthier

Frontenac House Poetry Quartet 2019

by Frontenac House,
Reviewed by Steven Ross Smith
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Hui Ming and Sok Hing by Angeline Simon
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Power Play: Professional Hockey and the Politics of Urban Development

by Jay Scherer, David Mills and Linda Sloan McCullough
Reviewed by Ryan Gauthier

Frontenac House Poetry Quartet 2019

by Frontenac House,
Reviewed by Steven Ross Smith
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