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Social Studies is McNally’s #1 Paper Back Fiction Best Seller

Congratulations to Trish Cooper on Social Studies being #1 for McNally Robinson’s Paper Back Fiction Best Seller’s list from February 19, 2017–March 1, 2017.  

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Social Studies Book Launch

  Scirocco Drama invites you to celebrate the launch of Social Studies by Trish Cooper. Join us for some comedy and refreshments and a chance to pick up your copy of Social Studies. Date: February 25, 2017 Time: 7:00 pm Location: McNally Robinsion, Atrium, 1120 Grant Avenue More information of the event can be found […]

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Meet Roland Vandal at Club Regent Event Centre

Event: High Stakes Havoc 3 – Canada vs. Mexico Date: Friday, October 28, 2016 Time: Doors open at 6 pm Location: Club Regent Event Centre (1425 Regent Avenue, Winnipeg, MB.) This event is open to ages 14+! Find Roland Vandal at his booth to purchase a hard copy of Off The Ropes and get it […]

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Angle Inlet School invites Roland Vandal as Guest Speaker

Date: August 30, 2016 Time: 12 PM * subject to change Located on the Canadian border, in Minnesota’s Northwest Angle, the Angle Inlet School is the only surviving one-room school in the state. Although sixty-five miles from Warroad, Minnesota, the school is part of the Warroad School District #690. Roland Vandal has been invited to […]

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Roland Vandal at Windigo Island, Ontario

Roland Vandal has been invited to speak at Windigo Island, Ontario. The topic: suicide prevention, bullying/cyber bullying, gender/sexuality issues. There will also be a book signing! Located over 200 km east on Lake of the Woods. Northwest angle 37 Date: August 30, 2016Time: 1 PM

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Katherena Vermette

For Katherena Vermette, Winnipeg’s North End is a neighbourhood of colourful birds, stately elms, and always wily rivers. It is where a brother’s disappearance is trivialized by local media and police because he is young and aboriginal. It is also where young girls share secrets, movies, cigarettes, Big Gulps and stories of love—where a young […]

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