MUSIC REVIEW! LongWalkShortDock: The Righteously Angsty Electronic Music To Which You’ve Always Wanted To Rage

I thought I’d try something a little different, on this gorgeous Albertan spring-time afternoon! So here we go – a review of the electronic/techno/future bass artist LongWalkShortDock‘s latest album, Squashing Machine.   Now, it’s not often that you come across an electronic album that invites unexpected empathy with a spazstic capacity to get you punching … More MUSIC REVIEW! LongWalkShortDock: The Righteously Angsty Electronic Music To Which You’ve Always Wanted To Rage

The End of Canada.

As I hope you’ve all heard by now – and just a few days after Canada Water Week – in 2012, the Harper government removed substantial protections on our bodies of water. This issue has come up again in the past month, as companies like Nestlé and those operating in the Albertan oil Sands challenge the … More The End of Canada.

PhotoVoice

For our HGSE class, we were asked to individually answer a question with a photo and a short presentation. My HGSE cohorts each answered key questions about themselves and their experiences on Haida Gwaii, while sharing something really meaningful with all of us. It was amazing, to celebrate understanding and give a beautiful insight to everyone. … More PhotoVoice

One Fifth.

Welcome back! It’s been an intense few weeks. I actually had to go back and recount my last post, just to figure out how to begin. Our five courses are arranged in blocks, with one class studied intensively at a time. This first block is now, suddenly, coming to its close. I can say, confidently, … More One Fifth.