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An open letter to MP Mumilaaq Qaqqaq - Recently NDP Member of Parliament, Mumilaaq Qaqqaq, spoke out about her maltreatment in the House of Commons. Profiled in the hallways by lazy and professionally incompetent security guards, Qaqqaq has… Continue reading
June 17 – Minutes - ATTENDEES: SHARON D., DENNIS G., EVA H., SAJEDA M., PETA-GAYE N., HOWARD P., RICK P., RICHARD S., SHEILA T., IAN R., BALA M.,Guest speaker: Colin McClean Announcements, Opportunities: Congratulations to… Continue reading
BOOK ILLUSTRATIONS: Colin McClean - Due to the size of the file, it is available as an emailed attachment only....upon individual request. Continue reading
Arthritis: 7 Foods for Feeling Better - One in six Canadian adults has arthritis. Although most are 75 or older, many are much younger. The two most common forms of the disease — osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis… Continue reading
Towards the Light, Eva Henn - Towards the Lightby Eva Henn Eva Henn hits all the emotional notes with her debut book: suspense, fear, adversity and horror. Above all those, the emotion that is the foundation… Continue reading
We celebrate: Canada Award Winners - ____Click to learn more about these great Canadian writers: Kathleen GAUER Dennis GAZAREK Peta-Gaye NASH Continue reading
Kathleen Gauer: Another childrens’ book author awarded - Canadian authors have the touch when it comes to writing books for kids. Kathleen Gauer has received a Canada Books Award for her book, The Wish Carvers. It is positively… Continue reading
WAG author, Peta-Gaye Nash, receives Canada Book Award - Congratulations to childrens' books author PETA-GAYE NASH for receiving the Canada Book Award for her children’s book, ‘Bushyhead.’ Publisher: Peta-Gaye NashDesigner: Cheryl Antao-XavierIllustrator: Alyah Holmes Bushyhead is the story of… Continue reading
Writers promo tip: BOOKMARKERS - Hey writer....here’s a nice little book promotion idea for you... Print a set of bookmarkers for distribution whenever and wherever you are doing book promotions. Consider both sidesRemember you have… Continue reading
Ode to a line - An ode to the line A clothesline was a news forecast, to neighbours passing by,There were no secrets you could keep when clothes were hung to dry.It also was a… Continue reading