In the summer of 2006, a Montreal family went home to Lebanon.
They found love, affection, and the horrors of war. Most never returned
The US Open and the meaning of life
The phenomenon of the male public apology hides the truth about men, shame, and silence
The hippie exodus to Canada from the United States was not a mass migration, but it was close. Is it time to rethink this period, then and now?
The bright side of roadwork
Chapters One and Two from the author’s forthcoming novel of the same name
Rita Leistner’s “portraitscapes” of Lebanon, 2006. NMA nominee: Photojournalism & Photo Essay
Mickey’s secret diaries. NMA nominee: Humour
Has a small business in British Columbia start-up built the world’s first viable quantum computer? NMA nominee: Science, Technology & the Environment
Converts have become the agreeable face of Spanish Islam
Life after marriage to one of Africa’s most wanted men
Midsummer in the Georgian mountains
Chapter One from the author’s debut novel of the same name
Charter Flight; Flashback; A Little Bit Country; Boom Boom Saskatoon; and Home Truths
The inside story of massive wealth, hope for a Middle East in flux, and a dream that could be shattered by one terrorist bombing... Dubai, a city that never sleeps