Read and Recorded by Bernice Friesen
The first time each of us need a wheel(ed) chair, we are too young to remember it.
When I was nineteen, I got Achilles tendonitis for the first time. It lasted months, my doctor telling me, in frustration, just to stop walking and it would get better—whatever you do, don’t do stairs and don’t run; I was obviously a very bad patient, and not following his orders if I wasn’t getting better. MORE>
Garth Martens, Prologue for the Age of Consequence, (Toronto: House of Anansi Press, 2014). Paperback, 120 pages, $19.95.
A lot has changed since 2006, when former Alberta premier Ed Stelmach explained the state of the Canadian oil industry: More >
In the last year leading up to the presidential election in the United States, Donald Trump’s incendiary statements naming Mexican immigrants as drug dealers, rapists and murderers together with his non-stop rants about building a border wall that Mexico will pay for, have created significant backlash in Latino communities in the United States and Mexico. More >