Susan Musgrave Forages and Falls in Love With Food on Haida Gwaii

Susan Musgrave is a Canadian author of children’s books, fiction, non-fiction an poetry. Her poetry is honest, sensual and is punctuated with food imagery that sometimes is artfully blended with her jubilant sexuality. So, it should come as no surprise that Musgrave, a resident of Haida Gwaii, has produced a cookbook called A Taste of Haida […]

The Last Colour Carbon Transfer Printer in Canada

John Bladen Bentley isn’t in a hurry. This is a man who spends five days making a single photographic print. A man who has spent 15 years of his life perfecting a form of colour printing from the 19th century. Who measures chemicals to the microgram and can see days of work vanish when a […]

A Child’s Christmas in Danger

with a salute to Dylan Thomas One Christmas was so much like the other when I was a boy in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia that I can’t remember if I got six hazardous chemistry sets from three aunts when I was twelve or three dangerous rifles from twelve uncles when I was six. Each holiday season, […]

Loreena McKennitt’s Tour of Morden, Manitoba

Loreena McKennitt is one of Canada’s most successful international artists, having sold more than 14 million albums around the world and achieved gold and multi-platinum status in more than 15 countries.

The Small Halls of Fame

Rural Canada has produced some of the world’s finest athletes. Here’s a look at a few of Canada’s small town halls of fame that keep their memories alive.