Stephen Dorsey

Stephen Dorsey is a senior-level business, brand, and marketing strategist, with nearly three decades of experience, and a creative writer, director, and producer of visual content. Today, he is the principal of The Fractional CMO, a strategic consultancy, and of Dorsey Studios, a content production development company. A civically engaged community leader, Stephen is a […]

Renne Belliveau

Renée Belliveau is a writer and archivist who gladly spends her days surrounded by records from the past. She holds a BA from Mount Allison University, an MA from the University of Waterloo, and an MI from the University of Toronto. She previously published a memoir about her father’s battle with cancer entitled Les étoiles […]

Breighlynn MacEachern (Muinji’j)

Breighlynn MacEachern (Muinji’j), is currently a grade 3 student who has touched the hearts of many educators, friends, and family with the power and courage of her voice. Breighlynn has a strong sense of who she is as a young Mi’kmaq and has a love for gaining new traditions she can practice. Breighlynn dances traditional […]

Shanika MacEachern

Shanika MacEachern, a Native Student Advisor with Annapolis Valley Centre for Education, is a Mi’kmaw woman devoted to learning traditional knowledge and teaching which she can to youth to empower the voices of our future. Shanika has an education obtained from NSCC in Mi’kmaq Addictions and Prevention Counselling, which has led to her interest with […]

Eric Brighton

Eric Brighton is the co-author amateur photographer, history buff, Kootenay explorer, and well-known contributor to many history groups

Lucy Maud (L.M) Montgomery

Lucy Maud (L. M.) Montgomery (1874-1942) was a Canadian author best known for her popular Anne of Green Gables series, the first book of which was released in 1908. The PEI-born author studied literature at Dalhousie University in Halifax, and went on to publish twenty novels and hundreds of short stories and poems. Montgomery’s work […]

Michelle Wamboldt

Michelle Wamboldt was born and raised in Truro, Nova Scotia as was her mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. A graduate of Dalhousie University and the Humber School of Journalism in Toronto, Michelle’s writing career has been as a journalist and communications consultant. Her fiction has appeared in the Dalhousie Review. Michelle lives on the South Shore […]

Heather Smith

Originally from Newfoundland, Heather Smith now lives in Waterloo, Ontario. Her middle-grade novel, Ebb & Flow, was shortlisted for the 2018 Governor General’s Literary Award and was the winner of the TD Canadian Children’s Literature Award. Her picture book The Phone Booth in Mr. Hirota’s Garden was recently named the winner of the 2019 Freeman […]

Jessie Hannah

Jessie Hannah grew up in rural Nova Scotia and since childhood, has always had her nose in a book or her pencil on paper. She has loved houses, especially small, unique spaces, for as long as she can remember. Jessie has lived and travelled extensively, working in Vancouver and exploring the small architecture of the […]

Jules Torti

Jules Torti is the former Editor-in-Chief of Harrowsmith magazine. She has been published in The Vancouver Sun, The Globe and Mail, Our Homes, FASHION, Canadian Running and is a columnist for Massage Therapy Canada. After looking at 88 houses and living in a barn for a year, she unexpectedly found her home on the 45th […]