In The Media

May 14th, 2018 – CFB Halifax Trident Navy Newspaper – Volume 51, Issue 10

Sherry submitted a poem in response to the Athabaskan III being led away for scrap, marking the end of the tribal case era. It appeared on Page 9.

November 10th, 2015 – CTV News Interview

Ahead of Remembrance Day, we look back to the sinking of HMCS Athabaskan… Canada’s largest naval disaster due to surface action. It happened in World War II, just five weeks before D-Day, April 29th, 1944.

Article in Thousand Islands by Brian Johnson

Coffee cup in hand, Sherry sits comfortably back in her deck chair and stares out at the St. Lawrence River. From her vantage point, here on Belittler Island in the Lake Fleet Group of the Thousand Islands, the artist has a front row seat. She carefully studies the movement of the waves as only an artist can. Read More!

LIVE Radio, Ottawa – November 11th, 2009

Listen as the author reads to you a poignant story of POW Herm Sulkers. With the threat of Allied Forces advancing, the enemy moved their prisoners further inland to another camp. This is the tale of Sulkers’ long march while being relocated. LIVE Radio, Ottawa, recorded this story and aired it on Remembrance Day, 2009.