December 2015 - January 2016
In This Issue
My breath hangs in frozen bursts and dissipates behind me
Every morning, Akram Khalil and Montaha Awil awake to social media.
Whoever built my former house did not know or understand the direction of the prevailing wind or how drifts are formed.
“Hey, does that smithy work?” Curtis Hampton asked a summer student at Terrace’s Heritage Park Museum three years ago.
It’s happened to me every year for the past 50: that lonesome feeling I get when my favourite lakes and rivers have worn me out and gone to sleep for the winter.
Wrapped in north coast fog, a small island in the Skeena River estuary 15 km south of Prince Rupert has become a lightning rod for Christy Clark’s strained liquefied natural gas (LNG) ambitions.
Indigenous solidarity begins with recognition of land rights and respect for the host culture.
What brought you here, to this place you call home?
Oh, that? It's his 'El Nino' medallion. He's the patron saint of kids who don't want to wear their winter coats. it's supposed to ward off hypothermia.
Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book (1950) offers this recipe: