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From the Author of GROWTH OF THE SOIL… PAN, A Northern Novel by Knut Hamsun “I have gone to the forest.” The Northland is a world unto itself. And I grew up in the Northwoods of … Continue reading
“THE CLIMATE HAS CHANGED AND IS STILL CHANGING.” President Theodore Roosevelt, 1908 Teddy Roosevelt Called it Climate Change in 1908 As a Canadian, I’ve never had much to do with party politics. OK, I’ve posted … 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
Howling with Wolves at the International Wolf Center INTRODUCTION BY BRIAN ALAN BURHOE: Here, along the forested rocky coast of Atlantic Canada, we howl with coyotes. They yip, hoot and kind-of bark. But not a real a-whooooo … Continue reading
Canada’s Fairy Tale Romance Justin and Sophie Trudeau – A Cultural Conservative Looks At The New Hope They Bring To Canada “Change happens because people come together.” – Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau “Sophie is a phenomenal mother, a … 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
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
Here in Atlantic Canada, when we step out our back door and see the beautiful woodlands coloured in October tints, it’s almost possible to forget the unseasonably hot, humid summer brought to us by Climate Change. Almost… Sometimes, my … Continue reading
What is the Canadian national animal? The Polar Bear! As I’ve previously posted, there’s a movement afoot to declare the Polar Bear as our Canadian Totem animal. And I wholeheartedly agree with it. In reality an endangered species, … Continue reading