Posts filed under “History”

Available Now! Kevin Annett’s Latest book “Fallen: The Story of the Vancouver Four”

  Now Available through Amazon and Createspace: To order: www.createspace.com/7263374 List Price: $14.95 – Release Date: Sunday June 18 2017 ​Fallen is a personal recollection and reflection concerning the lives of four men known to the author, all of whom died. The four characters were survivors of the murderous “Indian residential schools” of Canada and [...]

Walter Meets the Primate: A Recollection

Dear friends, Well, I couldn’t resist. The news this week that Top Canadian Anglican Fred “Hide the Bodies” Hiltz has honored yet another child rapist, former Toronto Archbishop Terence Finlay, prompted me to brush the mothballs off this piece I wrote some years ago. Laughing at the criminals may fall short of putting them away, but [...]

Everyday Carnage

Table Talk – A Series by Kevin D. Annett Some of our handiwork, Lejac “residential school”, Fraser Lake BC “Of course they did it. Look at how they act now. It didn’t matter to them then and it doesn’t matter to them now” - Protester at Christ Church Anglican Cathedral, Vancouver, on Aboriginal Holocaust Remembrance Day, [...]

Kevin Annett: A Portrait at Sixty One

So tell us, Kevin, are you a happy man? The term is ambiguous. It’s like asking if the sun ever shines on me. Let me put it another way: Are you satisfied with your life? With my work, yes of course I am, but not because of the work; that’s merely an expression of my [...]