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The author discusses the influences on her Man Booker-nominated novel A Tale for the Time Being.
There’s a strangely pervasive idea, borne either of scenes taken out of context or just of willful misunderstanding, that Girls endorses its characters’ behaviour.
The unjustified attack on voters from out-of-province comes from a page in the PQ’s playbook that dates back to the 1995 referendum.
Singles is out March 25.
The Royal Ontario Museum is limping to its centenary.
One girl, a fan of McDonald’s, opened her locker to find “PROM” spelled out in masking tape, with a McDouble taped inside the O.
As conservatives gathered in Ottawa this month to discuss the state of their movement, dissonance and discontent, rather than celebration, were the orders of the day.
The last-minute change of heart is a dangerous and ubiquitous plot device.
On the threatened erosion to human rights presented by the recent Charter of Values.
The last time Sun Life switched head offices, it changed the fortunes of Canada’s two biggest cities.
Of cryptids and cover stories.
A woman who lived most of her life outside of Canada is the same woman who so precisely described what it meant to be Canadian.
Longjohns are key to surviving a Montreal winter.
The European Middle Ages was a boring time for Europe—lots of plagues and kings and Crusades, but nothing much of enduring value getting produced ...