In a climate crisis, artists have a duty to speak up – but what should they say?

“From Bluffs Park on Galiano Island, you can watch the ferries chug through Active Pass, making their way between Galiano and Mayne Island. It’s the kind of view that takes away whatever breath you have left after the climb, that makes you fall head-over-heels in love with the land. How lucky we are to be here, to live in this part of the world, the author Michael Christie and I said to each other on a fine June afternoon. But, in time, the conversation turned a little darker.”

Marsha Lederman – The Globe and Mail – August 2019

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