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Regreen: New Canadian Ecological Poetry

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In every walk of Canadian life--from business to education to the everyday--the reality is that increasingly you will be in contact with "Anishnaabe World." Knowing something about Aboriginal people and their reality not only gives you an advantage over those who don't, it's just plain polite in this country now called Canada.

In the spirit of Thomas King, Drew Hayden Taylo
Paperback, 142 pages
Published October 1st 2009 by Your Scrivener Press (first published 2009)
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Aug 22, 2015 Kristina rated it liked it
This is a collection of contemporary Canadian poetry that talks about nature, the environment and environmental concerns. Some of the poems are explicitly about the areas around Sudbury that look like "moonscapes", or the tar sands in Alberta. Men changed the landscape, ruined it so to say and the poets call to us "Stop! Look around, preserve what!s left, pay more attention to the nature and the environment, start to make a difference!"

In the Tar Sands, Going Down (Mari-Lou Rowley)
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