Category Archives: Join Us At

Join Author Rhian Brynjolson at SAGE 2012

Collaboration and Creativity Presented by Rhian Brynjolson and Andrea Stuart-Bell at the Manitoba Association of Art Education SAGE Conference Rhian and Andrea will explore strategies for using collaboration in the classroom, in an art program, and through integrated curriculum projects. Participate in building collaborative artworks with the incredible variety of mediums available at Artsjunktion! For […]

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Join Author David Alexander Robertson

Night Before SAGE Pre-Conference Event Manitoba authors David Robertson, Dave Williamson, and Edith Friesen will be sharing their insights and reading from their work. Award Presentations and readings will be followed by a wine and cheese reception. RSVP by email to Linda Ferguson at Location: McNally Robinson Booksellers, Grant Park Shopping Centre, Winnipeg Time: […]

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David Alexander Robertson at SAGE 2012

Graphic Education: Using the Graphic Novel in the Classroom Presented by David Alexander Robertson at the Manitoba Association of Teachers of English and Canadian Council of Teachers of English Language Arts Joint SAGE Conference Expanding Voice and Vision Graphic novels are a great tool for motivating students to read. With many students already familiar with […]

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Upcoming Event Features Manitowapow

Join us for a reading of Manitowpow, a finalist for On The Same Page. Thursday, September 13 7:00 pm McNally Robinson Winnipeg, MB Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair, editor, will be on hand to read selections from Manitowapow. Please visit for more information. Please visit to place your vote.

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P&M Press Author at Saskatchewan Reading Conference

43rd Annual Saskatchewan Reading Conference March 29–30, 2012 David Alexander Robertson will be speaking at the Annual Saskatchewan Reading Conference. David will take an in-depth look at how the graphic novel can be used in the classroom and why it is such an excellent tool for educators. He will also discuss why the graphic novel […]

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Celebrating Manitowapow

Please join HighWater Press with Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair and Warren Cariou A BOOK LAUNCH FOR Manitowapow Aboriginal Writings from the Land of Water Date: Friday, February 3, 2012 Time: Reading at 7:30 pm, followed by Reception & Book Signing Place: Glass Atrium, The Forks Market, Winnipeg, Manitoba This anthology of Aboriginal writings from Manitoba is […]

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Celebrating Sugar Falls

Please join Portage & Main Press, The Helen Betty Osborne Memorial Foundation, and McNally Robinson Booksellers with Author David Alexander Robertson and Illustrator Scott B. Henderson A BOOK LAUNCH FOR Sugar Falls A Residential School Story Date: Thursday, January 26, 2012 Time: Reading at 7:30 pm, Reception and Book Signing to follow Place: McNally Robinson […]

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Manitoba Teachers 40th Annual SAGE Conference

Please join our authors at the 40th Annual SAGE Conference (formerly SAG) on Oct. 21, 2011. For thoughtful, engaging, and informative sessions: find 7 Generations author David Alexander Robertson at MSLA find Manitowapow editor Niigaawewidom James Sinclair at CAEM find Teaching Art author Rhian Brynjolson at CAYC find Clarity in the Classroom editor James Gray […]


The Importance of The Life of Helen Betty Osborne

Be a part of the Manitoba Reads live recording Saturday September 24 at THIN AIR The Winnipeg International Writers Festival, McNally Robinson Booksellers and CBC Manitoba Scene are proud to announce the four finalists of the first-ever Manitoba Reads contest. Based on the popular Canada Reads model, voters narrowed a field of 16 books written […]

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P&M Press Authors to speak at BCTELA

Leyton Schnellert and Faye Brownlie at BCTELA BC Teachers of English Language Arts, a BCTF Provincial Specialist Association, is hosting their annual conference October 20-22, 2011. The theme, Teachers and Students Leading Literate Lives, is designed for teachers working at all grade levels. Sessions will focus on engaging ways to teach language arts, Aboriginal literature […]

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