April 6, 2020

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Founder glad magazine in good hands

Geez moving to Detroit this year, but new boss vows to honour its roots

Aiden Enns founded Geez magazine in 2005 to protest the unholy alliance between church, state, market and military while celebrating the spiritual dimensions of biking, energy efficiency and canning pickles. (Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press files)</p>

Aiden Enns founded Geez magazine in 2005 to protest the unholy alliance between church, state, market and military while celebrating the spiritual dimensions of biking, energy efficiency and canning pickles. (Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press files)

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