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Michael Hayward on I Will Never See the World Again by Ahmet Altan Read more

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Compassionate, good truck driver, likes kids, likes ice cream—the makings of a no-fail ice cream dude. Read more

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Anson Ching on Mo Yan's ability to tell stories as if they were written memories. Read more

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Salmon runs, voodoo juice and chewing the fat in Mission. Read more

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Patty Osborne on Shtisel—an Israeli TV series about an ultra-religious Jewish family in Jerusalem. Read more

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We think of the Arctic as pristine and untouched—but nowhere on the planet is as harshly impacted by climate change. Read more

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Michael Hayward on one book you should read this year. Read more

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Randy Fred receives his first traditional Nuu-chah-nulth name. Read more

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Debby Reis on Canadian institutions, 1960s counterculture and milkshake. Read more

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Immigration questions 9 and 10: How do you like where you’re living now? Are you happy here? Read more

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Michael Hayward on a selection of work from the writing collective known as "the Beats" Read more

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Patty Osborne on twenty-four essays of "rants and reflections on growing up with LGBTQ+ parents." Read more

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Notes from the Governor General’s Literary Awards. Read more

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Thad McIlroy on Jan Morris's "Smile Test" throughout Canadian cities. Read more

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Michael Hayward on a collection of conversations with Brion Gysin—writer and counterculture legend. Read more

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Han Fusen navigates multiculturalism and kookoo sabzi from inside a Persian grocery store. Read more

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Jill Mandrake on the surprising effect of peanut brittle. Read more

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Patty Osborne on the mixed review of Crazy Rich Asians. Read more

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Mary Schendlinger on Natalia Ginzburg's narrative of her family during the rise of Hitler and Mussolini. Read more

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Reading is a subversive activity and does not believe in the convention of borders. Read more

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