2010.11

November 2010


Dragon Done

Dragon Done

Richard Stursberg’s controversial tenure at CBC
The Backstory
Bestselling children’s author Robert Munsch faces a crisis
Lucy Hardin’s Missing Period
An interactive novel
Review: The Madman and the Butcher
The Walrus Reads
Seven new titles of note
Editor’s Note
The cultural desirability of Canadian broadcasting
Nightmare on George Street
On the hunt for a dream-stalking monster in Newfoundland
Review: Mordecai: The Life and Times
What Tom Thomson Saw
In the summer of 1914, the aspiring painter paddled to a tiny island on Georgian Bay and discovered the Canada of our imagination
Letters
Forever Young; Goodbye, Lenin; Life Goes On; Valuable Lessons; Dear Leader
Review: Light Lifting
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Review: The Death of Donna Whalen
Solutions to Stigma and Other Barriers to Mapping and Getting Treatment
First in a series of onstage conversations on matters vital to today’s thought leaders, opinion makers, and policy creators
Review: Mr. Shakespeare’s Bastard
Manitoba, Bolivia
Life in a remote Mennonite community continues in the aftermath of a scandal
The Forgotten Empire
Can one generation restore Canadian whisky to glory?
Brushfires
This Strip Has 12 Frames
The Sophisticate and the Simple Ones
The allure of the dancing Na Nach of Tel Aviv
Bragging Rights
One hundred and twenty-five years after the death of Louis Riel, his great-grand-niece keeps the legacy alive
Lest We Forget
Is the Royal Canadian Legion fighting a losing battle?
Review: Far to Go
Brainwashed
Rethinking man’s genetic makeup
Review: The Beauty of Humanity Movement
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