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PRACTICE EXEMPLAR: A Night for All Souls: An interview with Paula Jardine

An event like Night of All Souls gives people the opportunity to develop their own traditions. By leaving memorials for grandparents and other ancestors, we acknowledge their presence in our lives. There are young people now in Vancouver who cannot remember a time – because they were too little or weren’t born – when there wasn’t a beautiful event in their cemetery to remember the dead.

By Megan Davies


photo essay

digital stories

PRACTICE EXEMPLAR: Hidden

I had to either jump off the bridge or don’t even go on the damn bridge. If I decided to show the pain I was going to go all the way, that is the way I had to be, and if it stood out a bit too much I would deal with it when it happened. It’s my memory now.

By Clare Robson


elderly LGBT[Q+]

forum

photo essay

digital stories

PRACTICE EXEMPLAR: Dance, Dementia, and Social Citizenship

Seven girls from a Mission, BC elementary school were introduced to a group of elders at a local care facility. Every Tuesday for the next six months, both groups participated in an intergenerational dance programme. The goal of the project was to investigate the impact of meaningful activities on the cognitive and physiological health of the residents. It ended up as much more than that.

By Darren Blakeborough and Shelley Canning


dance mental health citizenship elderly

photo essay

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Tripping on Pavements

By Davina Bhandar


photo essay

forum

photo essay

photo essay

photo essay

photo essay

forum

Class and the Writing of History: Beyond BC

By Bryan D. Palmer, Mark Leier, Veronica Strong-Boag, Robert A.J. McDonald


historiography Identities Sexuality

photo essay

photo essay

forum

Site C: Considering the Prospect of Another Dam on the Peace River

By Michael Church, Nichole Dusyk, Matthew Evenden, Ken Forest, Marjorie Griffin Cohen, Alexander Netherton, Adrienne Peacock


hydroelectric power environment Identities Sexuality public policy conservation Peace River District

photo essay