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Currently retired she is enjoying writing her next books and travelling to provide learning and author sessions at schools and libraries across Canada.
Born April 18, 1953, Saddle Lake First Nation, Alberta.
She was appointed Poet Laureate of Saskatchewan in 2005. She was encouraged to write by her secondary school students and her 1 book, a young adult novel, Cowboys Dont Cry won a contest.
This book was later made into a movie premiering at the 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics.
Her diaries are held at the University of Western Ontarione Irwin. The Vancouver Daily Province purchased stories she used to write for her students.
She also sent a copy of her work to the Queen of England and the Pope.
In 2000 her book Menace and Mischief won the Canadian Authors Association Lilla Stirling Award.
In 1998 she earned the Prime Ministers Teaching Award as an outstanding and innovative teacher.
Her works are know for their clarity and objectivity of her analysis of character. At the age of 12 while living with her family in the Fraser Valley she sold her 1 newspaper reports to the New Westminster Columbian.
Her cousin , Egerton Ryerson, published her accounts of her early loyalist family life in his work The Loyalists of America and their times. She graduated from Normal School (teachers College) and began teaching in Surrey when she was just 17.