at Fort McMurrays's Oil Sands
Online Graphic Novel about Canada's North, based on real people, and real events:
it's attention to Canada's far North.
The graphic novel combines
personal experiences with the North
and communicates those novel
sites, and scenes, through online graphics to help put, you the reader,
into Canada's North land's history.
This graphic novel has characters in
novel's events happened a long time ago, in and around
Fort McMurray Alberta, Canada. Nevertheless, the story of betrayal,
fear, and awakening by a husband and wife in an unknown land still
resonates to us, in our day.
Fort McMurray, depicted here in a simple graphic, long before European explorers discovered the oil sands, was already being used by local natives to waterproof their canoes against the waters of Northern lakes and rivers.
Arriving into this free, but forbidding land, is an Eastern European Family, who have no idea of the impossibly novel experiences they will endure.
Natives who have learned to survive in this hostile environment are depicted in this graphic novel as both the guides and saviors of this family's online story.
|The first Europeans, mostly of English heritage, as you will learn in the
graphic novel online, established law and order from their own cultural
references, totally alien to the native Canadians who already lived here.
Between these conflicting cultural tribes, that is, the English and Natives, arrived the Easter European Family who has no experience with either the English or the Natives.
The online graphic novel captures in simple language and with dramatic graphics the conflicting experiences of this family.
The online graphic novel depicts how loyalty towards authorities can lead to despair, while suspicion towards an alien land, and its natives, can be transformed by necessity, into survival and hope.
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