Shocking Protestants

By Myrna Kostash | February 2, 2011

Myrna Kostash files a unique look at English History

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By Norbert Ruebsaat | February 1, 2011

Norbert Ruebsaat files another in his series of meditations, this one about the mythical figure of Siegfried, who is more than mere myth to the narrator.

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Renee Rodin’s Reality

By Brian Fawcett | February 1, 2011

Brian Fawcett reviews Renee Rodin’s memoir, Subject to Change. He finds it sweet, and intelligent.

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Heart and Soul (Media Studies)

By Norbert Ruebsaat | January 5, 2011

Norbert Ruebsaat describes a delicate cross-cultural disquisition.

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Stephen Harper After Five Years As Prime Minister

By Brian Fawcett | January 1, 2011

Five years later: what do we know about Stephen Harper? Not much.

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Not An Idiot

By Brian Fawcett | December 29, 2010

Brian Fawcett reviews Montreal writer Doug Harris’ YOU comma Idiot. He likes it a lot.

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Julian Assange As Sexual Predator

By Wally Hourback | December 21, 2010

Our North Bay correspondant tries to figure out what’s really going on with the sexual assault charges WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is facing, and why he’s facing them

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Ankle Lickers, and Other Things We Don’t Understand in North Bay

By Wally Hourback | November 13, 2010

Wally Hourback thinks the Toronto media has been bird-dogging the wrong writer.

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The book publishers’ crisis

By Gordon Lockheed | November 9, 2010

A look at the book biz, from prizes to marketing and back again.

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By Jean Baird | November 8, 2010

Jean Baird files her report on the 1982 Booker, which was won by Thomas Keanally’s Schindler’s List. She also has some choice remarks about Canada Reads.

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