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Saskatchewan in October

Once upon a time, “back in the days” (last year, in October) when the Greyhound bus still existed, a garter snake slithered out of the way, a pronghorn bounced over a fence, and I happened to step into cactus. This is the...

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No earbuds aboard

Have you heard the one about the farmer’s daughter, the music teacher, the composer and the jazz singer?It’s not a joke. They’re all the same person: Karin Plato.Although she has called Vancouver home since 1985, Plato grew up...

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Haska-What Now?

Raspberries, blueberries, crowberries and cranberries: being on Yukon time means planning your weekends around where to pick once the – dare I say it? – latter part of summer rolls around and hints at fall.There is one...

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Keeping the Dream Alive

When Jolie Angelina McNabb was buried 16 years ago, Kwanlin Dün elders gave her the name, Blue Feather Eagle Woman. The Bluefeather Music Festival started in 2010 as a tribute concert to Jolie, who committed suicide.She had a...

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Nurturing Good Writing

Unlike many a published author, Saskatoon writer Sandy Bonny didn’t study to become one. It just happened.“I haven’t got an English degree,” she says, “and didn’t train or apprentice purposefully with literary mentors before my...

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Hawaii in a Mason Jar

One thing I often notice about winter is the way it makes you really appreciate warmth. It feelsgreat to get out of the cold, cuddle up under a blanket and enjoy a hot beverage while you jealously flick through pictures online...

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