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|November 3, 2017

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The Mill --Fifty Years of Pulp and Protest explores the power that a single industry can wield. For fifty years, the pulp mill near Pictou in northern Nova Scotia has buoyed the local economy and found support from governments at all levels. But it has also…

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The Hermit of Gully Lake is a thought-provoking, intimate and respectful look at the life and times of American-born but Nova Scotia-raised Willard Kitchener MacDonald (1916-2003), better known as the Hermit of Gully Lake. For sixty years, MacDonald endured…
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|May 11, 2017

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Seven Grains of Paradise tells the fascinating and much neglected story about many kinds of food in Africa, a continent with a rich farming tradition, intricate cuisines, and a multitude of food cultures. Centuries of disparaging judgements and a half-century of…
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|December 7, 2018

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To the words of a showman who said he never met a man he didn’t like, someone responded with ‘- probably because he never stayed in one place long enough to get to know anyone’. Possibly true, for while there are some wonderful people around,…

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Finalist for the Dayton Literary Peace Prize Joan Baxter draws on more than two decades of living in and reporting from Africa to reveal that there is more to the continent than poverty and suffering, and far more to Western involvement than benevolent charity.…
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|January 1, 2018

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For fifty years, the pulp mill near Pictou in northern Nova Scotia has buoyed the local economy and found support from governments at all levels. But it has also pulped millions of acres of forests, spewed millions of tonnes of noxious emissions into the air,…
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|June 15, 2017

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Seven Grains of Paradise tells the fascinating and much neglected story about many kinds of food in Africa, a continent with a rich farming tradition, intricate cuisines and a multitude of food cultures. Centuries of disparaging judgements and a half century of…