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A new photography collection elegantly captures the enduring spirit of cowboy culture—with a chapter dedicated to the struggling ranchers of the Canadian West.
As the first invested poet laureate in any Canadian province or territory, pj johnson considers herself a storyteller who is upholding what it means to be a Canadian writer.
As Edmonton’s sixth poet laureate, Pierrette Requeir sustains the arts while defining her identity as a Canadian living in a cultural mosaic.