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Cameron Dueck: “Mennonite has a lot of definitions”



Across Latin America, from the plains of Mexico to the jungle of Paraguay, live a cloistered Germanic people. In Menno Moto, a memoir of an eight-month, 45,000 kilometre motorcycle journey across the Americas, Mennonite writer Cameron Dueck searches for common ground within his cultural diaspora. From issues of drug smuggling and water rights in Mexico, to … Continue reading Cameron Dueck: “Mennonite has a lot of definitions”


Matt Falk: “No healthy person is seeking the affirmation of strangers night after night”



Matt Falk was born to do comedy. A stand-up coming from Niverville, Manitoba, Falk has been performing on stages ever since the first high school talent shows where he was handed a microphone. “I was that kid in school who was constantly trying to get attention. I was the class clown, but the annoying class … Continue reading Matt Falk: “No healthy person is seeking the affirmation of strangers night after night”