Left

With her third novel, Calgary’s Theanna Bischoff delves into murder mystery. Left is built around a disappearance: 29-year-old Natasha Bell, a nurse in Calgary, goes missing while jogging one [...]

What’s Left

On the western edge of downtown Edmonton sits a small, triangular park that commands a vista over the serpentine North Saskatchewan River valley. With its sublime and panoramic views, it’s the [...]

Reducing the Harm

It’s a little after 10 o’clock in the morning and Taylor feels like she’s climbing the walls. When her name is called and the door to Lethbridge’s supervised drug consumption site buzzes [...]

Homes

For more years than most of us have been alive, desperate people have been trying to escape from homelands no longer safe, in the sometimes unjustified hope that some other country will take them [...]

Visual Cities

Cities, like dreams,” Italo Calvino once wrote, “are made of desires and fears, even if the thread of their discourse is secret, their rules are absurd, their perspectives deceitful, and [...]

A Healthy Society

Personally, I have led a life of immense privilege—a stable family home, no significant trauma, financially secure, supported to achieve my educational goals, safe clean places to be outside as a [...]

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