The Literary Review of Canada reviews Debra Komar's The Bastard of Fort Stikine

"Bottom line: The Bastard of Fort Stikine is entertaining, multidimensional and informative. It reads like a novel, educates like a biography and fills a gap in the history of the fur trade." — Literary Review of Canada

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August 1, 2015

The Literary Review of Canada reviews Where the Nights are Twice as Long

"Part of the appeal of Eso’s and Lynes’s anthology is that the lover’s ...

August 1, 2015

“It has been over 40 years since the grenade explosion at the Valcartier cadet camp, but many survivors continue to suffer today. Whether the injuries sustained were physical or psychological, the evidence collected as part of this investigation demonstrates that many of the cadets were left with long-lasting and life-altering injuries for which they received inadequate treatment and/or compensation.” — Gary Walbourne, military ombudsman

Military ombudsman recommends assessment, compensation for victims of Valcartier tragedy. Read the full report here.

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