For more information about the Ottawa Riverkeeper, checkout www.ottawariverkeeper.ca. Here's a link to the study we discussed: https://www.ottawariverkeeper.ca/abacus-river-survey/ Frances Boyle is the author of Light-carved Passages (Buschek Books, 2014), Tower (Fish Gotta Swim Editions, 2018), This White Nest (Quattro Books, 2019) and Seeking Shade (Porcupine’s Quill press, 2020). She’s reading with Mississauga’s Anna Yin as part of Toronto’s Art Bar (online) Poetry Series on September 22; participating (with David Bergen and Souvankham Thammavongsa) in The Ottawa International Writers Festival Art of the Short Story conversation on October 2 (https://writersfestival.org/events/fall-2020-podcast/the-art-of-the-short-story) and hosting a conversation with Helen Humphreys and Will Ferguson on October 9 (https://writersfestival.org/events/fall-2020-podcast/truth-as-fiction-and-fiction-as-truth). For more information, check out her website: https://www.francesboyle.com.
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Kathleen Edwards - Total Freedom
|Drop my Name|
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|Justice for Peace|
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A Tribe Called Red (feat. Tanya Tagaq) - Throughbreds (Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack)