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I'm comfortable with silence.' Photograph: Mike McGregor for the Observer I have a happy name...This is not a trivial thing; it's possibly my parents' greatest contribution to my wellbeing. And Malcolm seems substantial: it's not a fly-by-night,
David Cooper / Toronto Star Order this photo Ken Dryden was the guest editor for the Canada Day edition of the Toronto Star...I wanted to hear them speak about books and cities and food, but more, I wanted to get them out of their today and yesterday,
His books and articles and punditry were published across the English-speaking world. The New York Times even asked him to write a series of articles about the looming spectre of bolshevism, something a Canadian humourist and career political
Environmentalist David Suzuki is hitting the road with a host of notable Canadians for a tour that will see him travel from St...The Blue Dot Tour, which aims to promote health and sustainability, hits 20 cities across the country starting Sept. 24.
I mean, who else but an American would be so totally self-absorbed as to think that a series about Canadian literature and Canadian humour would find a way to totally orbit around?...Having hopefully cleared the air, let us now proceed, unburdened,
Stories On Our Ottawa this week, we provide you with five authors you should check out on your summer reading list, including some local writers. Join host Lucy van Oldenbarneveld for a look at what's happening in our community, plus lifestyle tips
Watch the First Trailer for Clement Virgo's Powerful Film The Book of Negroes' If 2013 was the year of Black film, 2014 and 2015 are shaping up to be more of the same. With a mixture of comedies, thrillers like No Good Deed and Addicted , and
There are fascinating characters, a plot that moves from Manhattan's mean streets across Europe into the Hindu Kush, and, at the centre, an enigmatic genius who may or may not exist. Pilgrim is the code name for a man who once headed up a secret U.S.
Contrary to popular belief, taking the Harvard grad over the smaller community school grad isn't only elitist--it may mean you're not getting the best or smartest employee , either. In fact, you probably just shouldn't hire someone from Harvard. So
View 4 photos zoom Playwright Hannah Moscovitch's This Is War won the Trillium Award for a book in the English language. Toronto playwright Hannah Moscovitch took home the $20,000 Trillium Award for a book in the English language Tuesday evening with