Summer 2016 – Vol. 39, No. 2
My Town Is Flooding
By Rev. Adam Snook
Mahone Bay is addressing the impacting legacy of pollution, irresponsible stewardship, and disregard for creation.
Consulting on Climate: Let’s Make Our Voices Heard
By Karri Munn-Venn
These consultations offer a unique opportunity for all of us, as Canadians and as people of faith, to help shape climate policy.
We Are All Connected to Climate Change
An infographic by Miriam Mahaffy
CPJ has developed this infographic about the need for federal action on climate change to help faith communities engage in the federal climate change consultations.
A Discussion on Basic Income
By Jamie Swift and Mary Boyd
Two CPJ supporters explain their arguments for and against implementing a basic income, a system where the government ensures that everyone in Canada receives a certain level of income.
Ski With the Cree
By Katherine Walsh
It was a privilege to share in the lives of the Cree, who have been guided by their social bonds within their community and with the land from time immemorial.
Education is Critical to Reconciliation
By Amie Nault
Reconciliation is a process that isn’t just a moment, or a handful of moments. It’s a journey that we all have to walk together.
Groundings: Be Encouraged to Address Poverty
By Meghan Mast
Be encouraged. Addressing poverty can be overwhelming, but you are not alone and there is so much you can do.
- Children of the Broken Treaty: Canada’s Lost Promise and One Girl’s Dream By Charlie Angus (Reviewed by Will Postma)
- Disarming Conflict: Why Peace Cannot Be Won on the Battlefield By Ernie Regehr (Reviewed by Jennifer Wiebe)
- Flight and Freedom: Stories of Escape to Canada By Ratna Omidvar and Dana Wagner (Reviewed by Kathryn Teeluck)
- The Illegal By Lawrence Hill (Reviewed by Trixie Ling)
- The Reason You Walk: A Memoir By Wab Kinew (Reviewed by Danielle Rowaan)
- Atmosphere of Hope: The Search for Solutions to the Climate Crisis By Tim Flannery (Reviewed by Miriam Mahaffy)
- The Ultimate Guide to Green Parenting By Zion Lights (Reviewed by Karri Munn-Venn)
- The Right to Be Cold: One Woman’s Story of Protecting Her Culture, the Arctic and the Whole Planet By Sheila Watt- Cloutier (Reviewed by Christine Boyle)
- Faith and Politics Matters Edited by John Milloy (Reviewed by Joe Gunn)
- Out of the Cold: A History of Caring By Michael Swan (Reviewed by Zachary Grant)
- The Invisible: What the Church Can Do to Find and Serve the Least of These By Arloa Sutter (Reviewed by Darlene O’Leary)