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Stephen J Voorhies: Tribute to an Artist of the American (and Canadian) People — and Places As an avid collector of classic wilderness fiction, including the stories of our Canadian Mounties, I’ve been lucky enough to track … Continue reading
A First Nations Mi’kmaq Bear Story Retold THE BOY WHO WAS RAISED BY BEARS! A NATIVE CANADIAN MI’KMAQ STORY RETOLD & FREE TO READ… Introduction by Brian Alan Burhoe. Bears have long appeared in folktales and animal … Continue reading
Old Stock Canadian vs Newcomer A Patriot’s View When Prime Minister Stephen Harper used the phrase “old stock Canadians” in the September 17th leaders debate, he sure stepped into it. We knew what he meant by … Continue reading
Out of My Father’s Shaving Box Dad’s War, Algonquin Regiment & the Liberation of Holland “This is yours now, Brian. He wanted you to have it.” And my mother handed me an old wooden shaving kit … Continue reading
When I read the latest reports on the state of our Living Earth, well, I just have to Rant! Is Humankind THAT stupid? Okay, maybe not ALL of Humankind. There’s still you, me and our loved ones isn’t there? But … Continue reading
Bears are international, even in animal stories and folk tales. From the classic “Silver Hair and the Three Bears” (which morphed into the kinder, gentler Goldilocks story) to the realistic, often tragic, animal fiction of Sir Charles G D Roberts, … Continue reading