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And You Can't Help But Listen

By Jamie Jackman
Categories: Brack And Brine
Series: A Tea Book

These words carry the music of the Silver Wolf Band. And You Can't Help But Listen is a collection of 60 songs and sketches by Jamie Jackman. Many are published here for the very first time.

Labrador, A Reader's Guide

A journey through Labrador literature, led by one of its most passionate readers and most prolific reviewers. These pages chart a winding course all the way from the 18th through to the 21st century, ...

Revitalizing PLACE through Social Enterprise

Around the world, rural and urban communities alike face growing socio-economic and environmental challenges. Confronted with mounting threats of climate change, food insecurity, resource depletion, and ...

Archaeology and the Indigenous Peoples of the Maritimes

By Michael Deal
Categories: Archaeology

In recent decades, the development of Indigenous Archaeology has prompted a shift in how non-Indigenous archaeologists approach the archaeological record, moving toward the inclusion of Indigenous reconstructions ...


Called the Northlanders by the Moravian missionaries who sought to colonize them, Avanimiut were Inuit who maintained traditional lifeways, autonomy, and spiritual beliefs in northernmost Labrador. Despite ...

One Man's Journey

With a story spanning over seventy years of the life of respected Elder Calvin White, One Man’s Journey weaves personal history with White’s account of the Mi’kmaw movement and his role in the reclamation ...

TautukKonik | Looking Back

TautukKonik / Looking Back shows the strength of our culture. It shows the strength of family and family connection. It was strong, the way that we lived. Our culture was strong, our language was ...

Labrador Cinema

120 years of Labrador and Labradorians on both sides of the camera: a history in rare and significant images gathered from filmmakers and archives across Europe and North America.

Towards an Encyclopedia of Local Knowledge Volume II

Presented in English and Mi’kmaq, the latest chapter in this ambitious series presents a remarkable and respectful collaboration between an Indigenous and non-Indigenous artist, deepening and diversifying ...

Families, Mobility, and Work

Employment-related geographical mobility is widespread and increasing within Canada and around the world. Prolonged daily commutes, working away for extended periods, and being employed in mobile workplaces ...