Oct/Nov 2022

In this issue:

  • Rt. Rev. Carmen Lansdowne, the first Indigenous woman to lead the United Church, talks reconciliation and the way forward
  • The pandemic made for a national gathering of the United Church unlike any other. This month’s special coverage of General Council 44 has the full story.
  • Would you donate your kidney to a stranger? This Montreal writer did.

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In This Issue

Editor's Letter


  • Topics: Ethical Living

    Reply all (Print exclusive)

    Final Goodbye

    By Broadview Staff


  • Topics: Spirituality

    The lens (print exclusive)

    One day there will be a Canada without grain ele- vators, and Vera Saltzman knows this better than most.

    By Vera Saltzman
  • Topics: Justice

    First Indigenous Veterans Day in Canada (print exclusive)

    On Nov. 8, 1994, Manitoba observed the first Indigenous Veterans Day. It soon became a national day, honouring more than 200 years of service by thousands of First Nations, Métis and Inuit people.

    By Broadview Staff
  • Topics: Ethical Living

    Survey says (print exclusive)

    Donations continue to decline as demand for services grows

    By Chloe Tejada
  • Topics: Spirituality

    Cool things (print exclusive)

    Floating figures, mysterious footsteps and other ghostly sightings in churches

    By Kate Spencer
  • Topics: Ethical Living

    Good advice (print exclusive)

    Pro tips for decluttering

    By Alex Mlynek
  • Topics: Ethical Living

    Ode (print exclusive)

    The potluck

    By Sky Kapoor




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