• Wednesday, February 28, 2018
  • 6:00 - 8:00 pm
  • NVSD Administration Offices (2121 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver)
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2018 Annual General Meeting
Wednesday February 28, 2018

6:00 pm 


Join the North Shore Restorative Justice Society for our Annual General meeting
and to hear author Carys Cragg, Dead Reckoning, speak about her experience with
Restorative Justice. 


Location: North Vancouver School District Administration Offices  
(5th Floor- 2121 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver)


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NSRJ Society Memberships are $20 and can be purchased at the AGM or in advance by calling 604-312-0358. We will have a square reader at the AGM for credit card transactions. 
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Guest Speaker : Carys Cragg, author of Dead Reckoning
Raised on Vancouver’s North Shore, British Columbia, and in Calgary, Alberta, Carys Cragg now lives in Vancouver and works in the Lower Mainland. 

When Carys Cragg was eleven, her father, a respected doctor, was brutally murdered in his own home by an intruder. Twenty years later, and despite the reservations of her family and friends, she decides to contact his murderer in prison, and the two correspond for a period of two years. She learns of his horrific childhood, and the reasons he lied about the murder; in turn, he learns about the man he killed. She mines his letters for clues about the past before agreeing to meet him in person, when she learns startling new information about the crime.

With gripping suspense and raw honesty, Dead Reckoning follows one woman's determination to confront the man who murdered her father, revealing her need for understanding and the murderer's reluctance to tell―an uneasy negotiation between two people from different worlds both undone by tragedy. This is a powerful and emotional memoir about how reconciling with the past doesn't necessarily provide comfort, but it can reveal the truth.