a story with two ends

a story with two ends
An award-winning photographer and author, Ian
McAllister works for the non-profit organization
Pacific Wild and is one of Canada’s leading
wilderness advocates. His first two books,
The Great Bear Rainforest, Canada’s Forgotten
Coast and The Last Wild Wolves both won the
Booksellers’ Choice Award for BC Book of the
Year. McAllister is also a nature photographer and
filmmaker and along with his wife, received Time
Magazine’s “Leader for the 21 Century” award.
Ian lives with his family on the BC central coast.
Andrew Nikiforuk’s work as a journalist – for
such magazines as Saturday Night, Maclean’s,
Canadian Business, Report on Business
Magazine, Georgia Straight, and Equinox – has
earned him four National Magazine Awards,
the Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy, and
top honors from the Association of Canadian
Journalists. His latest book, Tar Sands: Dirty Oil
and the Future of a Continent reveals the true
costs of America’s oil addiction.
Sun, Nov. 22, 7:00 pm
Alix Goolden Theatre
907 Pandora
$5 suggested donation
Mon, Nov. 23, 7:00 pm
Mary Winspear Centre
2243 Beacon Avenue
$5 suggested donation
Tues, Nov. 24, 2.30pm
Room A110
Social Sciences and
Math Building, UVic
Wed, Nov. 25, 7:30 pm
Heritage Hall
3102 Main Street
$5 suggested donation
Thurs, Nov. 26 12:30 pm
Norm Theatre
UBC Student Union Bld
Thurs, Nov. 26 7:00 pm
Shadbolt Centre for the Arts
6450 Deer Lake Ave
$5 suggested donation
Ian McAllister photo
Two Canadian authors discuss tar sands, pipelines and the uncertain future of BC’s wild coast
For more info, email
or call 250-877-7762