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Firewater : how alcohol is killing my people (and yours) —Johnson, Harold, 1957- author.

"In a passionate call to action, Harold Johnson, Cree trapper and Crown Prosecutor, examines alcohol--its history, its myths, and its devastating impact on his community. Confronting what he calls a crime against humanit...

Clifford : a memoir, a fiction, a fantasy, a thought experiment —Johnson, Harold, 1957- author.

"When Harold Johnson returns to his childhood home in a northern Saskatchewan Indigenous community for his brother Clifford's funeral, the first thing his eyes fall on is a chair. It stands on three legs, the fourth brok...

Clifford : a memoir, a fiction, a fantasy, a thought experiment —Johnson, Harold, 1957- author.
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2019
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When Harold Johnson returns to his childhood home in a northern Saskatchewan Indigenous community for his brother Clifford's funeral, the first thing his eyes fall on is a chair. It stands on three legs, the fourth broke...

Peace and good order : the case for Indigenous justice in Canada —Johnson, Harold, 1957- author.

"In early 2018, the failures of Canada's justice system were sharply and painfully revealed in the verdicts issued in the deaths of Colten Boushie and Tina Fontaine. The outrage and confusion that followed those verdicts...

Cry wolf : inquest into the true nature of a predator —Johnson, Harold, 1957- author.

'In Cry Wolf, Johnson re-tells the story of the 2005 death of Kenton Carnegie, who was cornered and killed in a wolf attack near his work camp. Johnson draws on his experience as a Crown prosecutor to forensically decons...

Cry wolf : inquest into the true nature of a predator —Johnson, Harold, 1957- author.
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2020
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Turning a blind eye to the dangers of the wild can have deadly consequences. Growing up on a northern trap line, Harold Johnson was taught to keep his distance from wolves. For more than 100 years, one of Canada's top pr...

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