October - November 2014
“Ho! for the leaves that eddy down, Crumpled yellow and withered brown, Hither and yonder and up the street And trampled under the passing feet; Swirling, billowing, drifting by, With a whisper soft and a rustling sigh, Starting aloft to windy ways, Telling the coming of bonfire days.” Words: Grace Strickler Dawson. Photo: Tammy Luciow
In This Issue
Greenways—a vegetation belt intended to maintain foliage while encouraging pedestrian use—are increasingly common in urban areas.
Lisa sits across from me in a Smithers coffee shop, sipping a caramel macchiato.
Ever been to Yarn and Sew On?
“Let’s go up the Clore,” one of the boys suggested one evening at yacht club—an informal weekly gathering at Terrace’s Back Eddy Pub.
In a place where our day-to-day lives are lived between a vast network of grand landscapes, it’s easy to appreciate the North’s natural environment.
A crowd files through the narrow entrance to the Old Church in Smithers, one by one unpeeling layers of sweaters and coats that protected them from the cold.
“If my house sells, I am moving to the Maritimes.”
“Farmer’s Almanac says it’s going to be a cold winter.”
The activities of university English departments used to be to hunker down and study the classics: to read and analyze literature.
To many fly fishers, steelheads are the ultimate quarry.
Light the candles and roll out the cake: Northword Magazine is celebrating its 10th anniversary as BC’s top read!
We northerners fought for and achieved a de facto north coast ban on oil tankers.