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Today the Vancouver Canucks joined a trend in NHL management: hire the favourite son. The idea of an ex-player turning into a front-office suit is as old as Lester Patrick, but...
Here are just a few of the thought-provoking titles helping to mark the slow annual transition from fireside reading to waterside reading. NONFICTION Living With a Wild God: A...
As happens like clockwork in Olympic tournaments, the nerves are setting in for supporters of the Canadian men’s hockey team, as its Friday morning showdown with Team USA ticks...
The October Crisis of 1970 rang throughout Canada and then, as far as the country’s English-speaking regions were concerned, faded away into school textbooks. It was one of those...
As described yesterday in a piece by Martin Dunphy, the legendary Pete Seeger paid a visit to Vancouver at one of the turning points in the city’s history. The great and now late...
The official announcement of the Canadian Olympic men’s hockey roster is still a day away on the calendar, and so the nation holds its breath and sits through its 312th expert-...
Although his critics like to call him one of the most overrated goalies in the NHL, Roberto Luongo has gradually become one of the most underrated. Yes, it’s true: underrated....
FOR FANS OF FAB SOUNDS At this early point in the rehash of the 1960s that we’re locked into for the present decade—with every half-significant date of that previous era revisited...
It’s that time of year again: time to look back at 12 months’ worth of favourite new books, the ones we counted on for brilliant company in all the waiting rooms, lineups, and...
Once it’s opened on Saturday (November 23) with a gala featuring acclaimed Toronto author Sheila Heti, this year’s Cherie Smith JCCGV Jewish Book Festival will roll out a high-...

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