The Bulletin

Plowing My Parents’ Landscape of Conscience

From the 1990s, my parents’ home became a meeting place and a regular lodging for various members of the Líl’wat Nation and many other indigenous leaders and representatives. My mother, a retired social worker, befriended many of these activists.

RM Greenaway: River of Lies

In 2014, Nelson resident Rachel Greenaway won the Arthur Ellis Unhanged award for best unpublished novel for her novel Cold Girl. The award led...

Remembrance Day 2020

Thanks to Veteran’s Affairs Canada, we are able to live stream the Remembrance Day service this year, and hope to reach more than the...

Randall Okita’s The Book of Distance

It’s an experience that is hard to describe, there are so many layers to interacting with a story that is this personal, intergenerational, and marked in parts with silence. In some ways, retelling is reliving