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  • Allan Cooper
    Allan Cooper

    Allan Cooper has published fifteen collections of poetry. He has twice won the Alfred G. Bailey Award for poetry and received the Peter Gzowski Award in 1994. His recent musical projects include Rosedale and Songs for a Broken World. He divides his time between his ancestral home in Alma, New Brunswick, and Riverview.

  • Noble Goals, Dedicated Doctors
    Dr. Jock Murray

    Dr. Jock Murray is the former Dean of Medicine at Dalhousie University. He was a founder of the Dalhousie MS Research unit. He received many awards for contributions to MS, medical education, medical humanities and medical history, and awarded five honorary degrees. He is an Officer of the Order of Canada and received the Order… Read More »

  • From Seed to Centrepiece
    Amanda Muis Brown

    Amanda Muis Brown is a third-generation farmer and started the floral design business by cutting flowers from her mother’s garden. She started Humble Burdock Farms in 2010, after spending many years travelling the world and wanting to be no place other than home. This is her first book. For more information, visit thehumbleburdock.com…. Read More »

  • Golden Boy
    Grant Matheson

    Grant Matheson is the son of a Presbyterian minister, a devoted father of three, a non-practicing physician, and a drug addict in recovery. Grant has not taken opiods since 2005, but the stigma of his addiction follows him closely in his small home province of Prince Edward Island. He hopes his story will help both… Read More »

  • Blue Waiting
    Celeste Snowber

    Celeste Snowber, Ph.D. is a dancer, writer, poet, and educator who is an Associate Professor at Simon Fraser University. Her essays and poetry have been published extensively in various journals and chapters in books and she is the author of Embodied Prayer and co-author of Landscapes in Aesthetic Education. Her most recent collection of poetry… Read More »

  • Finding Forgiveness
    Adrian Smith

    Adrian Smith recently retired after thirty years of work in education, twenty-five of those years devoted to counseling and student services. He has previously written an e-book on family secrets and sexuality. These days, when he is not writing, you can mostly find him walking along the shores and trails of Prince Edward Island, generally… Read More »

  • Social Economy : Communities, Economics and Solidarity in Atlantic Canada
    Leslie Brown

    LESLIE BROWN PhD is Professor and Chair in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Mount Saint Vincent University, and is the Director of the SSHRC-funded Social Economy and Sustainability Research Network. She has a longstanding interest in organizational democracy, co-operatives and community development, and has written and presented extensively in these areas. Her recent… Read More »

  • Social Economy : Communities, Economics and Solidarity in Atlantic Canada
    Sonja Novkovic

    SONJA NOVKOVIC PhD is a Professor in the Economics Department at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax. She also teaches in the Masters for Managers of Co-operatives and Credit Unions Program. Her research interests are in worker co-operatives, democratic firms and employee participation, as well as comparative economic systems and the social economy. Besides other publications,… Read More »

  • I Met an Elk in Edson Once
    Wes Tyrell

    Wes Tyrell is one time country music crooner, and now, of course, one of the country’s preeminent cartoonists and illustrators. He has been president of the Association of Canadian Cartoonists since 2012…. Read More »