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Beau Dick was an Indigenous artist best known for his carved cedar masks. Read more

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Michael Hayward on Packing My Library: An Elegy and Ten Digressions by Alberto Manguel Read more

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Stephen Osborne on Tekahionwake: E. Pauline Johnson's Writings on Native North America Read more

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Albania was only European country to have a larger Jewish population after Wold War II than before it. Read more

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An amusing anecdote on pens and the North. Read more

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In Hungary, goulash socialism becomes difficult to swallow Read more

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Veronique Darwin revisits her childhood journal, from hearing ghosts in kindergarten to staring at hotties in grade seven. Read more

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Michael Hayward on the newly translated The Unwomanly Face of War by Svetlana Alexievich. Read more

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Stephen Osborne remembers the genius of David McFadden. Read more

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Lisa Bird-Wilson on UNDRIP, reconciliation, and the anxiety felt by Indigenous people in Canada. Read more

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The facts (and fictions) surrounding the tale of Quebec's most famous murderess, La Corriveau. Read more

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Spiritual landscapes and unknowable people captured on film, used to convey a message. Read more

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Jill Mandrake on City Poems by Joe Fiorito. Read more

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Michal Kozlowski on From the Heart of It All: Ten Years of Writing from Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. Read more

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To teach us how to read Don Quixote, a text so contrary to conventional literary tradition, the prologue itself needed to break from all traditions Read more

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