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March 2013

Paddling her own canoe

By Carolyn Pogue

E. Pauline Johnson/Tekahionwake, celebrated poet and performer, died 100 years ago. But her life still resonates today.

February 2013

Strong roots 

By Carolyn Pogue

A solid foundation helps us soar

February 2013

Help yourself

By Carolyn Pogue

Has self-service become self-serving?

January 2013

New year, new country

By Carolyn Pogue

We’re invited to join the dance

January 2013

Mary unpacked

By Carolyn Pogue

The girl from Galilee can’t be boxed in

December 2012

Friendship and forgiveness

By Carolyn Pogue

Wise stories for the New Year

December 2012

Paper vigil

By Carolyn Pogue

Tackling poverty with friends

November 2012

Magic wishes

By Carolyn Pogue

’Tis the season for lists and letters

November 2012

Kitchen prayer

By Carolyn Pogue

Pots, pans and memories

October 2012

Hope in a tulip bulb

By Carolyn Pogue

Planting kindness and encouragement

October 2012

Chain of hope

By Carolyn Pogue

Cutting child poverty, one paper doll at a time

September 2012

Crossing the water, changing the air

By Carolyn Pogue

A woman of courage, hope and vision

September 2012

Holidays, holy days

By Carolyn Pogue

A late summer’s pilgrimage

August 2012

Seeking the still point

By Carolyn Pogue

Why silence is good for the soul

August 2012

The Israel-Palestine report

By Carolyn Pogue

In search of a third option

August 2012

Wisdom for healing

By Carolyn Pogue

Remembering the children at Red Deer

July 2012

Time to live it up

By Carolyn Pogue

Dying with dignity — and lots of parties

June 2012

Three ways to celebrate Canada with gusto

By Carolyn Pogue

A guitar, a quilt and a peace centre hold together our stories

June 2012

Riled up

By Carolyn Pogue

We all get angry. Let’s use it for good.

May 2012

Holy magic

By Carolyn Pogue

Famous PEOPLE Players continues to light up the stage

May 2012

A lesson on ending poverty

By Carolyn Pogue

Charity is important, but it's not always enough

April 2012

The joys of scavenging

By Carolyn Pogue

A passion for cast-offs is tops for the planet

April 2012

Baby steps

By Carolyn Pogue

Honouring children in Calgary

March 2012

Passion and hope

By Carolyn Pogue

A healer’s journey

March 2012

Soul food

By Carolyn Pogue

Stories that shape us

February 2012

What love looks like

By Carolyn Pogue

February is for prisoners, too

February 2012

Babes in the House of Commons

By Carolyn Pogue

Where’s Nellie McClung when we need her?

January 2012

Civility begins at the top

By Carolyn Pogue

Earth to Parliament: we’re trying to raise kids who aren’t bullies

January 2012

Spiritual housekeeping

By Carolyn Pogue

Looking forward, looking back, looking inside

December 2011

Occupy Calgary’s gift

By Carolyn Pogue

The tents have come down, but the spirit of kindness remains

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Observations

by David Wilson

Enclaves of the elderly

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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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