Compassion Series in the Media

Over the past 30+ years, Tim Huff’s work and social justice endeavours have been profiled by major print, television and radio media. Likewise, since the release of his first children’s book in 2006, which would form the foundation of The Compassion Series, Tim’s books have been reviewed by media outlets across the country. Today, The Compassion Series has evolved into an interactive social justice program, and we are happy to share here contemporary media coverage reflective of that.


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April 14, 2020 Interview with Anne-Marie Mediwake on “Your Morning,” CTV’s national morning show. Discussing the Compassion Series’ free downloadable colouring pages thanking essential workers during the Covid-19 Pandemic. To watch the video, click on the image or watch here.

Apr 24, 2020 Interview with Mark Neufeld on CityNews (Winnipeg). In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Compassion Series provides a new online resource to help kids and grown ups deal with the health crisis. To watch, click on the image or watch here.

June 1, 2020. CTV Morning Show “Your Morning” features the Compassion Series’ “Who’s Your Hero?” project. To watch, click on the image or watch here.

December 2015. 100 Huntley Street Interview with Tim Huff discussing his book “The Yuletide Factor,” as well as how to keep the meaning in the season and all year. To watch, click on the image or watch here.

October 12, 2016. 100 Huntley Street interview with Cheryl Bear (Nadleh Whut’en First Nation, BC) and Tim Huff about their book The Honour Drum: Sharing the Beauty of Canada’s Indigenous People with Children, Families and Classrooms. To watch, click on the image or watch here

December 2015 100 Huntley Street interview discussing Tim Huff’s book “The Yuletide Factor: Cause for Perpetual Comfort and Joy.” To watch the interview, click on the image or watch here.

December 2015. Crossing Borders (WDCX) Radio Interview with Tim Huff discussing “The Yuletide Factor.” To listen, use the media player below or click here to listen in a new window.

December 5, 2016. Arts Connection (Faith FM) radio interview with Tim Huff and Cheryl Bear (Nadleh Whut’en First Nation, BC) to discuss their book “The Honour Drum.” To listen, click on the image or listen here.

 

December 14, 2015. Arts Connection (Faith FM) radio interview with Tim Huff to discuss “The Yuletide Factor.” To listen, use the media player below or click here to listen in a new window. 

March 2, 2016. “The Cardboard Shack Beneath the Bridge” appears on exclusive list of “books that will make you see the world differently” put out by Bustle News out of New York. Click the image to read the article, or read it here

October 19, 2018. Abbotsford News piece highlighting “Am I Safe? Exploring Fear and Anxiety with Children,” written by Tim Huff and Iona Snair. Click the image to read article, or read it here

March 24, 2016. A special personalized review of “It’s Hard Not to Stare” from the Disability and Faith Forum. Click the image to read the full review, or read it here

November 4, 2013. The Toronto Star’s Andrea Gordon reviews “It’s Hard Not to Stare: Helping Children Understand Disabilities.” Click the image to read the article, or read it here.

October 14, 2016. The Toronto Star’s Andrea Gordon explores Tim Huff and Cheryl Bear’s collaboration on their book “The Honour Drum.” Click the image to read the article, or read it here.

In 2013, Tim was invited to be a guest on Global TV’s Morning Show to discuss Tim’s book “It’s Hard Not to Stare.” Video no longer available.