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Aboriginal People’s Television Network (APTN)

July 22, 2013

“Annie’s second cookbook focuses on healthy eating with recipes that leave out potentially troublesome ingredients like salt and gluten but still remains tasty.” – Tina House, Vancouver Bureau, APTN A proud M├ętis from BC, Tina began her television career in 1997 as a videographer. She has also produced documentaries and feature films that have won… Read More ›

Alberni Valley Times – August 2011

“With a grant from Nuu-chah-nulth Economic Development Corporation, she (Annie) spent three years developing recipes and daily menu plans that would be free of gluten, starch, yeast, red meat, table salt and dairy. beHealthy, though not yet officially launched, has already garnered media attention and generated a pile of pre-orders.” – Florentia Scott for the… Read More ›

Shaw TV

“Annie has written the beHealthy Cookbook, a collection of recipes and menus designed to address specific health issues” – Nancy Wilmot, Program Coordinator for Shaw TV, Port Alberni, The Daily, September 2011 Nancy Wilmot pursued a double major in English and Political Science at Brandon University and later the University of Calgary. Coming to ShawTV… Read More ›