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🔍Read Full ArticleThe Slow Season

The Slow Season

👤Matt J. Simmons 🕔Dec 04, 2018

Time can be such an unfaithful friend, too often rushing by like the white quickness of a turbulent river. Thankfully, though, there are things in life which are suited to slowing down. Winter is one, for me anyway.

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🔍Read Full ArticleEden Robinson

Eden Robinson

🕔Dec 04, 2018

As her popularity soars, the Haisla storyteller stays true to her roots

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🔍Read Full ArticleLimoncello - Paint Swatch Contest Winner

Limoncello - Paint Swatch Contest Winner

🕔Dec 04, 2018

Emma Kivisild is a writer and artist living in Prince Rupert BC. She published three books with Press Gang Publishers, emceed the Vancouver Folk Music Festival for seven years, and is now active with Complete Streets Prince Rupert. She lives with the painter Suzo Hickey.

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🔍Read Full ArticleWood Anemone - Paint Swatch Contest Second Place

Wood Anemone - Paint Swatch Contest Second Place

🕔Dec 04, 2018

Jenn Marx is based in Stewart, BC. Her entry to our writing contest snagged her a well-deserved second place.

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🔍Read Full ArticleWest Coast Fury - Paint Swatch Contest Honourable Mention

West Coast Fury - Paint Swatch Contest Honourable Mention

🕔Dec 04, 2018

Hailing from Terrace, Baxter Huston submitted this poem, incorporating three esoteric-named paint swatches.

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🔍Read Full ArticleNot Pecan - Paint Swatch Contest Honourable Mention

Not Pecan - Paint Swatch Contest Honourable Mention

🕔Dec 04, 2018

Prince Rupert-based Caroline Dudley submitted this entry to our Paint Swatch Writing Contest.

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🔍Read Full ArticleSlow

Slow

🕔Dec 04, 2018

The photographic eye of Talon Gillis is always on point. As an adventurer, Gillis gravitates toward self-propelled travel and his take on “slow” reflects this tendency as well as his love and passion for the landscapes of northern BC. We pair the final photo in this segment with a poem from Paul Glover, Watching Paint Dry.

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🔍Read Full ArticleCarrying Cultures

Carrying Cultures

🕔Dec 04, 2018

When we are forced to carry a heavy load at foot pace, we view the world differently. Dave Quinn makes a compelling case for the carrying cultures of the world, and for us here in the North to take advantage of our remaining road-free landscapes.

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🔍Read Full ArticleA Simple Boat Repair

A Simple Boat Repair

🕔Dec 03, 2018

Sometimes the “quick fix” takes a whole lot longer than we’d hoped it would. Patrick Williston spills blood, tears, and laughter as he works on his family’s sailboat.

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🔍Read Full ArticleSlow Burn

Slow Burn

🕔Dec 03, 2018

What happens when you process chilis for a deer sausage recipe with just one glove? Haida Gwaii-based Allison Smith has the story...and the heat-haunted memories that go with it.

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🔍Read Full ArticleTo Break, or Not to Break…Trail

To Break, or Not to Break…Trail

👤Morgan Hite 🕔Dec 03, 2018

As snow falls and the holiday season approaches, do our hearts not turn to thoughts of snowshoeing? Whether you are a neophyte or a seasoned guru, opportunities abound around Smithers.

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