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Margaret Atwood and the ongoing tale of Gilead

Today marks the release of The Testaments, internationally acclaimed author Margaret Atwood’s highly anticipated sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale.

My Reading Life

Sarah Levy of Schitt's Creek: descendent of Canadian comedy royalty

Sarah Levy, a burgeoning star in her own right, has been following in her big brother’s footsteps since she was a kid.

My Reading Life

Portrait of a Reader: Lisa Marie Holmes

Meet Lisa Marie Holmes - a Registered Herbalist and Holistic Health Coach, lifestyle blogger, traveller, and T.V. personality.

Open Your Mind

Suicide prevention: a fundamental human right

Suicide does not only affect Indigenous people. But it affects First Nations, Inuit and Métis people disproportionately.

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5 audiobooks to listen to if you love Mindhunter

After you binge Netflix's Mindhunter, listen to these true crime audiobooks about serial killers and criminal psychology.

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10 books to understand the crisis of suicide by Indigenous youth

These books by Indigenous Canadian authors frame a striking picture of the impact of trauma that anchors the high levels of suicide among Indigenous youth.

Open Your Mind

Our changing idea of home

How to Lose a Country is an impassioned plea, a warning to the world that populism and nationalism don’t march fully-formed into government; they creep.

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Portrait of a Reader: Mike Holmes Jr.

Meet Mike Holmes Jr. - a professional contractor, businessman, philanthropist, and online personality.

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Ruth Ware's top ten chilliest reads

Here are ten books that scare, thrill and provide a masterclass in rattling the reader.

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Becoming me

"Instead, they learn what it means to be Indigenous from the media or from Eurocentric and broken education and institutional systems."

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