#WeekendReads. Sometimes a little literary heartbreak makes for the most enthralling read.
Start with the first lady of Irish literature, Edna O'Brien, 85, whose The Little Red Chairs – her first novel in 10 years – is propelled by an...Read More»
More than 130 years ago, Canadian Pacific built the transcontinental railroad that unites our nation from east to west.
Callisto Publishers celebrates the history of both Canadian Pacific and our nation with Canadian Pacific: Creating a Brand, Building...Read More»
Jam-packed with tasty recipes, cutting-edge medical breakthroughs and insider tips, these new books make it easy (and dare we say, in some cases, actually...Read More»
Take in some of the world's greatest destinations from the comfort of your living room.
There are a slew of travel guides and apps that are great to take...Read More»
Travel back in time with these 5 classic historical tales, from Cleopatra and Cicero to the ancient reign of Biblical King David and the debauchery of...Read More»
Some stories are simply timeless. Here, we round up (in alphabetical order) some of our favourite romantic reads, from the classics to new...Read More»
There's no denying the run-away success of 50 Shades of Grey and now, 50 Shades Darker, brought erotica out of the bedroom. After initial popularity as an...Read More»
When the weather outside is frightful, a good book is even more delightful! Here, nine must-reads this winter.
SWIMMING LESSONS (Anansi) by...Read More»
Through his eyes and his words, Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel made the world remember.
In 1960, the Holocaust did not...Read More»
Some cultural touchstones unite Canadians as a whole from coast to coast to coast – hockey, beer, the love of an early morning...Read More»
Nobel Peace Prize winners His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu spent five days together to celebrate His Holiness's 80th birthday and...Read More»
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