4-H endures as agriculture changes
When sheriffs shutdown drug houses
The centennial of Alberta’s workers’ uprising.
Keen eyes and steady hands.
Lisa Silver and Lincoln Caylor respectfully disagree.
Lost bugs and lost hope.
Jeff Doherty is a freelance journalist in Lethbridge. His previous Alberta Views article was on secondary suites. A trained historian, Doherty can often be found sifting through documents in libraries and archives.
Alvin Finkel is a professor emeritus of history at Athabasca University, where he began teaching in 1978. He is a co-author of the two volume History of the Canadian Peoples, and the author of Compassion: A Global History of Social Policy.
Sharon J. Riley is an investigative reporter for The Narwhal. Her work has been published by The Walrus, The Tyee, and Maisonneuve, and she was a finalist for Best New Writer at the 2017 National Magazine Awards. She grew up on an Alberta goat farm and now lives in Edmonton.
Agnieszka Matejko is a visual arts reviewer, visual art curator at MacEwan University and community art facilitator. Her essay “The Street is Me” (Alberta Views 2010) was inspired by the life of Lenoose Martial, a homeless Edmonton man who died in 2010.
By Ed Flanagan, 2018.