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British writer's 20th novel City of Friends explores how women are living and changing ideas of what is…
03.29 / 14:51
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From Neil Gaiman to Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, these are the hottest fiction and non-fiction titles of the week The post The Maclean’s Bestsellers list: Week of Mar. 26 appeared first on…
03.29 / 01:56
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Known for his honest, captivating writing, Guy Vanderhaeghe turned his love of history into books encompassing the essence of Saskatchewan and the people who have called it home. Born on April 5, 1951, in Esterhazy, Vanderhaeghe credits the community as the place where he awoke to the idea of Canadian nationalism, which would become a common theme throughout his writing.…
03.28 / 23:57
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Moose Jaw’s Palliser Regional Library has laid off six people, a result of the provincial government’s budget cuts to…
03.28 / 21:23
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Parasites and pathogens are becoming resistant to pesticides and herbicides, and climate change means an influx of new pests The post How crop monocultures are threatening our food supply appeared first on…
03.28 / 20:32
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Roberta Rich: How would a conventional, religious, unworldly Jewish woman come up with a notion that history books contend was not invented until many years…
03.28 / 18:51
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Ron Charles: This is the ancient myth of Hercules – the plot of all plots – re-engineered into a modern-day…
03.28 / 18:51
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