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Much Like Family: The Indigenous Literary Community

by John Brady McDonald

A recommended reading list by the author of the new essay collection Carrying It Forward: Essays from Kistahpinanihk.

Notes from a Children's Librarian: Indigenous Education

by Julie Booker

Treaty Week falls in November. Some boards have dedicated the whole month to Indigenous Education in order to extend learning beyond residential schools …

The Chat with Michelle Porter

by Trevor Corkum

Today on the Chat, we speak to Michelle Porter. Her powerful memoir, Scratching River, is now out with WLU Press.

Rooster Town: The History of an Urban Métis Community

Evelyn Peters shares other work that explore the important colonial history of First Nations and Métis communities within urban areas in Canada. 

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The Chat with Carleigh Baker

Next up on The Chat, we speak to Carleigh Baker, author of the sensational short story collection Bad Endings, a finalist for the 2017 Rogers Writers’ …

The Chat With Gregory Scofield

For our first Chat of 2017, we turn to poetry and consider the themes of witnessing and reconciliation, with Gregory Scofield.

The Chat: Trevor Corkum Interviews Katherena Vermette

This week, I’m chatting with Katherena Vermette, author of the extraordinary debut novel, The Break. The book was recently shortlisted for the Rogers …

Sometimes I Feel Like a Fox: In Conversation with Danielle Daniel

Danielle Daniel's Sometimes I Feel Like a Fox is one of the most gorgeous releases of the season.

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