The Surprising Appeal of Winnipeg’s Garbage Hill

How I developed an appreciation for a green space with a past life as a municipal dump

A comic of a small green hill with a Hollywood-style sign that says Garbage Hill

COMICS / JULY/AUGUST 2022

The Surprising Appeal of Winnipeg’s Garbage Hill

How I developed an appreciation for a green space with a past life as a municipal dump

BY JONATHAN DYCK

Published 12:28pm, June 21, 2022


Jonathan Dyck
Jonathan Dyck is an illustrator living in Winnipeg. His work has appeared in the Literary Review of Canada and Alberta Views.

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