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Canada’s National Bird: Grey Jay, Whiskey Jack – Loon? You’ve probably read the reports: “When news broke that Canadian Geographic had picked the diminutive Grey Jay, also called the Whisky Jack, as its nomination for Canada’s official National … Continue reading
Bob Dylan Winner of Nobel Prize in Literature Yes, it’s true. For my generation — us Boomers — most of our great writers are our Singer-Songwriters. They sang our lives. So I cheered at the Announcement. Nobel … Continue reading
The GREATEST AUTHORS OF NORTH-WEST MOUNTED POLICE FICTION Or WRITERS OF THE SCARLET SERGE “To the sweet-voiced, dark-eyed little half-Cree maiden at Lac-Bain, who is the Minnetaki of this story; and to Teddy Brown, guide and … Continue reading
Trail of the Elk: Discovering the Northcountry of Mikkjel Fønhus “This is the story of a wizard elk — Rauten, as people called him. He was a human being in animal guise…” The Northcountry in literature has … Continue reading
Growth of the Soil by Knut Hamsun My rating: 5 of 5 stars Over the years, I’ve discovered writers who take you into the very heart of Humankind: which means they really took me into the living heart of all … Continue reading
Global Climate Change Facts COP21 Climate Change Conference Paris 2015 “Canada Is Back!” Now we have hope again. After the years of Canada’s Greenest Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, when we actually shined on the international stage, … Continue reading
Wolf Whelps & Lead Dogs: Tribute to Wilderness Writer George Marsh I must have been age nine when the kindly older couple next door gave me a copy of George Marsh’s THE WHELPS OF THE WOLF. We had been … Continue reading
The Old Canoe The canoe is a characteristic and iconic Canadian cultural symbol. Our inland waterways were our first highways: we travelled by boat and canoe in summer, often by snowshoe or even dogsled over frozen rivers … Continue reading
The Great Pulp Fiction Mounties “We want men, and we want men like you. You could enlist as a constable and there is always opportunity to advance.” “It’s a great service!” exclaimed Cameron. “I’d like to join.” … Continue reading
EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS: A Tribute to Tarzan’s Creator Most of my boyhood heroes were writers. As I’ve said before, my first literary hero was Sir Charles G D Roberts. Almost forgotten today, Canadian Roberts was once as … Continue reading