Gil McElroy

“I was an army brat,” artist and writer Gil McElroy says. “My father was one of the ‘cold warriors’ in the 1950s.” The Pinetree Line was one of three cross-country arrays of manned radar stations guarding against Soviet attack. Read more


The small community of Bowmanville is known today for being home to one of Ontario’s nuclear reactors. But its history dates back to the eighteenth century as a busy harbour and grain mill site. Read more


First Nations artist Neal McLeod is a multi-disciplinarian. Saskatchewan-born, he not only paints but writes, having published two books of poetry and a work of non-fiction. Read more


In Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s classic novel "The Little Prince," the title character inhabits a tiny planet the size of a house. It’s difficult not to think of Saint-Exupéry’s children’s story when confronted with Michael Campbell's sculptures. Read more