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Book Review: Tragically Hip, Twisted Book Review: Bill Reid Collected Book Review: Dysfunction Book Review: Rough Patch • A Novel Book Review: 300 Reasons to Love New York Book Review: The Bones of the Past

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Book Review: Tragically Hip, Twisted

Book Review: Tragically Hip, Twisted

Last year Gord Downie’s courage inspired many Canadians but for David Sachs the inspiration from Gord and the Tragically Hip came 15 years ago.
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Book Review: Bill Reid Collected

Book Review: Bill Reid Collected

Bill Reid Collected is one of Canada´s most renowned and well-known First Nations artists: the man who reinvigorated Northwest Coast artwork and brought it fully into the public eye through his innovative works. These include the large bronze sculpture, The Spirit of Haida Gwaii, nicknamed The Jade Canoe and displayed at the Vancouver International Airport, and The Raven and the First Men, a yellow cedar carving, both of which have been featured on the Canadian $20 bill.
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Book Review: Dysfunction

Book Review: Dysfunction

Dysfunction: Canada after Keystone XL is an investigation of the most controversial North American energy infrastructure project. This is an insider’s view of the Keystone XL experience, and what Canada needs to learn from it.
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Book Review: Rough Patch • A Novel

Book Review: Rough Patch • A Novel

Rough Patch, a novel published by Arsenal Pulp Press, is a powerful novel about picking yourself up after a spectacular fall, and finding your own way in the world.
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Book Review: 300 Reasons to Love New York

Book Review: 300 Reasons to Love New York

Discover the real New York!
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Book Review: The Bones of the Past

Book Review: The Bones of the Past

The Bones of the Past follows a broad and eclectic cast of characters as their stories intertwine and shape the future of their world.
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