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Finding home

With her first poetry collection, Carol Rose Daniels explores concepts of healing and balance in the aftermath of the Sixties Scoop

CAROL ROSE DANIELS is probably best known for being the first Indigenous woman to anchor a national news broadcast in Canada when she joined CBC’s Newsworld in 1989. Having spent three decades reporting for CBC, APTN, and CTV while raising three children (whom she calls “her most important teachers”), the award-winning Cree and Chipewyan journalist, who has roots in the northern Saskatchewan community of Sandy Bay, has also established herself as a visual artist, musician, and author. She won the First Nations Communities READ Award and the Aboriginal Literature Award for her debut novel, Bearskin Diary (Nightwood Editions, 2015). But if you ask the multi-talented artist, she’ll tell you that poetry is her first love.

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