Book Review: Buffalo Shout, Salmon Cry

This review of Buffalo Shout, Salmon Cry: Conversations on Creation, Land Justice and Life Together was written by Pemberton's Paul Cumin and appeared in the Mennonite Brethren Herald this month. It is reproduced here with their (and Paul's) permission. Paul notes that the book features an outstanding contribution by Stl'atl'imx scholar Peter Cole. Paul warns … Continue reading Book Review: Buffalo Shout, Salmon Cry

One Book, One Corridor: let’s read What Makes Olga Run

The community that reads together... converses together. So here's a community-wide question that is worth asking and chatting about, given we're at the start of our #50DayWellnessChallenge: "Where does your energy come from?" Asking it of a 95 year old athlete is even more interesting. (hint: think deep breathing.)   This month, the One Book, … Continue reading One Book, One Corridor: let’s read What Makes Olga Run

Medicine Walk author Richard Wagamese to talk in Mt Currie, Oct 1, 5pm (Free)

Richard Wagamese's new novel, Medicine Walk, was declared "one of the 10 books you need to read this spring" by CBC. Wagamese is also the author of Indian Horse, a book that comes with the endorsement of Chief Lucinda Phillips (reviewed recently on this blog). He will be giving a free presentation at Mt Currie's Xet'olacw … Continue reading Medicine Walk author Richard Wagamese to talk in Mt Currie, Oct 1, 5pm (Free)