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A Launch for Betty: The Helen Betty Osborne Story

BETTY: THE HELEN BETTY OSBORNE STORY Last evening’s book launch, for award-winning author David Alexander Robertson’s newest graphic novel, took place at McNally Robinson Bookstore in Winnipeg. During David’s heartfelt speech in which he talked about the murdered and missing Indigenous women in Canada, he issued a challenge to all readers of Betty: The Helen […]

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Sugar Falls Recommended for your Classroom

Ideas for Presenting Difficult Content Starleigh Grass writes in her blog, Twinkle’s Happy Place, that Sugar Falls …does an excellent job of handing difficult material. It’s important for youth to understand the struggles that Aboriginal people have faced in order to survive and to read survival stories. This is based on a true story and […]

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Commemorating The Life of Helen Betty Osborne

Honouring Life The Helen Betty Osborne Memorial Foundation commemoration event will be held on November 13, 2011 at the Opaskwayak Cree Nation, The Pas, Manitoba. Please download the schedule of events by clicking here.

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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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