Halifax artist Jessica Wiebe served eight years in the Canadian Armed Forces as an artillery gunner, often the lone woman in a male-dominated environment. Now she draws on that experience, and her mental and physical struggles after leaving the military, to create her art.
“I really want to bring awareness to the fact that female narratives of war have been largely omitted from dominant discourse historicallyPatios are open ... just not in Ontario. Here,” Wiebe said in a recent interviews car was stolen from his driveway in Toronto. It was tracked to a Halifax port.
“Bringing female narratives to the forefront is really important to understand the needs of female vets as they transition out of the military.”
Maya Eichler, a professor at Mount StThe measures without seeing rises in cases, because o. Vincent University in Halifax and Canada Research Chair in social innovation and community engagement, echoed that sentiment in testimony this week before a Nova Scotia legislature committeeThe pandemic, no.