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June 2014

Singing Dismas’s words

By Carolyn Pogue

Volunteers celebrate ex-convicts making it back into the community

May 2014

'We are all of water'

By Carolyn Pogue

Meet Josephine Mandamin, Water Walker

April 2014

Peace warriors

By Carolyn Pogue

Teaching love, not war

April 2014

The work of Easter has begun

By Carolyn Pogue

Listening to learn; learning to listen (Part Two)

April 2014

The truth will set you free

By Carolyn Pogue

Listening to learn; learning to listen

March 2014

Wandering through Lent

By Carolyn Pogue

It’s the long walk that makes Easter a day of blessing

March 2014

An artful lesson

By Carolyn Pogue

The best birthday cards are the handmade kind

February 2014

First aid

By Carolyn Pogue

Slow down, be prepared and simply be

February 2014

Another country

By Carolyn Pogue

Finding a healing space with Residential School survivors

January 2014

Spirit shines through

By Carolyn Pogue

Epiphany is the season to contemplate the piercing of the ordinary

January 2014

A matter of interpretation

By Carolyn Pogue

In the case of the bogus Mandela signer, no one should confuse mental illness with foolishness

December 2013

Unconquerable soul

By Carolyn Pogue

Nelson Mandela’s beautiful light shines from South Africa

December 2013

If the bough breaks

By Carolyn Pogue

Poverty in light of Advent

November 2013

Our time is now

By Carolyn Pogue

Lighting the way for Mother Earth

November 2013

Peace with honour

By Carolyn Pogue

We need to do more than pin a red poppy on our chests

October 2013

Rolling the dice on people

By Carolyn Pogue

Debate on gambling is aided by respectful church leadership

October 2013

Spirit writing

By Carolyn Pogue

Make visible what you believe by putting it to paper

September 2013

'Earth become conscious'

By Carolyn Pogue

Three small offerings

September 2013

A troubadour’s caution

By Carolyn Pogue

Author voices concern about smartphones and social media

August 2013

'Mother' nature’s message

By Carolyn Pogue

Getting swept in the winds of change

August 2013

New beginnings

By Carolyn Pogue

The career author begins her next chapter

July 2013

Family reunion, Saskatchewan style

By Carolyn Pogue

The clan comes together under big Prairie skies

July 2013

After the flood

By Carolyn Pogue

Notes from a city under water

June 2013

Treaty cards for non-Natives

By Carolyn Pogue

The government doesn’t issue them, so I made my own

June 2013

Sunsets and dreams

By Carolyn Pogue

Words to live by

May 2013

The Road Allowance People

By Carolyn Pogue

Young adult fiction highlights the history of the Metis

May 2013

Another famous five

By Carolyn Pogue

The United Church’s women moderators and the origins of Mother’s Day

April 2013

Coyotes in the city

By Carolyn Pogue

Meeting my neighbours

April 2013

The power of puppetry

By Carolyn Pogue

Puppets can help us have difficult conversations

March 2013

Prairie tea

By Carolyn Pogue

A taste of summer in a teacup

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Editorials

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Observations

by David Wilson

Enclaves of the elderly

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Video

ObserverDocs: A shoulder to lean on

by Observer Staff

Sheima Benembarek was born in Saudi Arabia, grew up in Morocco and moved to Canada in 2005. In 2015, she relocated to Toronto. At first, the city seemed so much bigger, impersonal — and even threatening — until a fateful encounter in the subway one day.

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Faith

January 2017

Presbytery turns down bid to halt Vosper hearing

by Mike Milne

World

February 2017

Many faces, one humanity

by Wade Davis

The words and photographs of the Canadian author and explorer capture the richness — and fragility — of global cultures and rituals

Society

February 2017

An anatomy of hate

by Douglas Tindal

It’s on the rise everywhere. The writer explores our most troubling emotion and asks how we might overcome it.

World

February 2017

Many faces, one humanity

by Wade Davis

The words and photographs of the Canadian author and explorer capture the richness — and fragility — of global cultures and rituals

Society

January 2017

The new agrarians

by Lois Ross

In the next 15 years, almost half of Canadian farms will change hands. Meet seven millennials who view agriculture as a career — and moral calling.

Faith

March 2016

The Walrus Talks Spirituality

by Observer Staff

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