Terrance has a doctoral degree from the Rehabilitation Studies Program from the University of Calgary. He was a career educator, with teaching experience at elementary, secondary, college, and university, as well as overseas in Costa Rica and Gaza. He retired as Director of Instruction (Student Services) in SD#71. For 35 years he has also been a rehabilitation consultant specializing in Prader-Willi syndrome, a rare genetic disorder. He has been an executive member of the Comox Valley Writers Society for most of the last two decades and currently serves as president. He has authored a dozen books on Prader-Willi syndrome, local history and education, and several biographies.
THE SCIENCE OF SASQUATCH
Do you laugh when you hear the word sasquatch? Do you believe that sasquatches exist? Do you think that a sasquatch is just a misidentified bear, a hallucination, an imaginary being, a myth, or simply a hoax? Or are you unsure what to think? If so, Dr. John Bindernagel (1941-2018) might have helped you make […]
Words by Terrance JamesFeatured Photo by Jo-Anne Johnson