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Donald Creighton was a bigot and a curmudgeon, a cranky Tory with a chip on his shoulder. He was also the country’s leading historian, who changed the way that Canadians told their own story. more »

Columns

The Western Front, Canada’s longest running artist-run centre, recently hosted a public screening of two dozen or so films from their archive of readings by poets from the 1970s, 80s and 90s. more »

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The novelist can often better define reality than the historian. more »

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Between the two cover photographs is the story of a fascinating life; fascinating not because Sacks led a life of high adventure—just the opposite, in fact. more »

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A collection of Jerome Stueart's Greyhound sketches, including one Vitruvian bus driver. more »

Dispatches

How did the 99 B-Line bus route come to be the locus of the most heartless transit rides in Greater Vancouver? more »

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Rebekah Chotem reviews the film adaptation of Room by Emma Donoghue. more »

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Michael Hayward reviews Everything Rustles by Jane Silcott and Born Out of This by Christine Lowther. more »

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CBC Radio celebrated National Poetry Day by reading a poem written in 1916 by Bliss Carman, which raises the question: are there no living poets who cut the mustard? more »

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Holographic animals, water parks and mind-reading helmets: young Lethbridgians speculate about what Lethbridge might be like in twenty years. more »

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Lily Gontard reviews A Rock Fell on the Moon by Alicia Priest and The Stone Thrower by Jael Ealey Richardson. more »

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So much of how life feels lies in the phrasing. more »

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It is not uncommon for there to be periods of agitation shortly before death. People often try to rise from their beds as if they have to get somewhere. more »

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"If cities can be said to be alive, how many of them dream of growing up to become Paris?" Michael Hayward reviews How Paris Became Paris by Joan DeJean. more »

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Kris Rothstein recounts her experience at the Pickathon, a music festival in Portland, Oregon. more »

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Possum-style or straight up dirty. more »

Dispatches

Pierre Trudeau among the stars—a series of woodblock prints by George Walker. more »

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Patty Osborne reviews Do You Think This Is Strange? by Aaron Cully Drake, a look into the mind of an autistic teenage boy. more »

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Michal Kozlowski reports on the state of publishing: s'mores, Titantic metaphors, Celtic jigs, steak canapés and mechanical bull riding. more »

Dispatches

AnnMarie MacKinnon reviews Einsteinium (Es), an element discovered by a non-Einstein Albert. more »

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