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The famous Habs goalie, politician and lawyer tracks down his baby boomer classmates to find out how 'the Brain Class' fared in life
In part two of his memoir, the Canadian comedian recounts the origin story of the 'Rick Mercer Report' and mines its 255 episodes for more laughs
In a Q&A with the Canadian actor about his book, he talks about his personal connection to the Great War and why it took him six years to write it
In excerpts from 'First to Leave the Party,' the Toronto entrepreneur and philanthropist writes about three unbelievable celebrity encounters
Bailey, 55, the fastest man in Canadian history, traces his career in 'Undisputed," while 28-year-old sprinter Andre De Grasse imparts life lessons in "Ignite"
In a Q&A about his latest book, the Toronto author talks about the trauma that precipitated a mental health crisis, his transgender wife and son and his female-to-male transition
In a Q&A, the Hollywood star talks about transphobia, an obsession with the Halifax Explosion and his "emo" journals
In a Q&A, the British writer and artist – whose mother, poet Sylvia Plath, died when she was a toddler – says lost animals have become ' a weird sort of family'
With his teenage son in tow, McCarthy explores modern-day father-son relationships while walking Spain's Camino de Santiago
In her memoir, the London fashion guru recounts her privileged upbringing, relationship with Princess Margaret, TV career and sobriety journey
Vancouver music historian Tom Locke transfers his encyclopedic knowledge from the airwaves to the page
The legal scholar and university president suggests concrete actions to help individuals, communities and countries to flourish
Why the author formerly known as Eve Ensler disowned her birth name, and how the pandemic prompted a reappraisal of her life and work
In a Q&A, the former finance minister talks about his book "Where To From Here," the federal government's pandemic response and what Canada needs to grow.
Four takeaways from the former First Lady’s inspirational tome to help you navigate change
Pandemic angst over cooking from scratch and a nudge from her daughter inspired new recipes from the author of 'Friday Night Dinners'
In a Q&A, Dr. Jean Marmoreo talks about the patient who inspired her to write about medically assisted death and the importance of debunking common misconceptions about the practice.
In a Q&A about "The Castleton Massacre," Margaret Carson and Sharon Anne Cook talk about what motivated Robert Killins to slaughter his family and why the victims should not be forgotten
In a Q&A about his book, “A Waiter in Paris,” the British writer reveals how hard it was to learn French, how little he actually ate and what life was like “on the other side of the door marked 'Privé."
In an excerpt from his book, the Shang-Chi star describes telling his parents he got the role, and tries to trick them into saying “I love you.”
Unsurprisingly, a Q&A with the celebrated humourist about “Happy-Go-Lucky,” his new collection of essays, veers way off topic
In "Son of Elsewhere,” the culture writer and CBC podcast host brings vital insight – and levity – to the chasm between two homelands
In a Q&A with Nova Scotia entrepreneur Mandy Rennehan, a five-time winner on Canada’s Most Powerful Women list, she says she still has to flash her “don’t underestimate me” smile.
Emily Carrington’s “Our Little Secret” handles her dark experience with frankness, yet her book leaves the reader with hope that healing is possible
In a Q&A about "The People's Princess," the British author discusses how two women, born 150 years apart, were widely adored and died tragic deaths
In her new book, "Still Hopeful," the uncaped Canadian crusader tells us how to cope with massive global upheaval
In an excerpt from Michael Schur's book, "How to Be Perfect," he discusses the ethical implications of truth and white lies in his quest to be a better person
In this excerpt from his memoir "Putting the Rabbit in the Hat," the 75-year-old "Succession" star remembers the people he has loved and lost
In an excerpt from "Taste: My Life in Food," the actor explains how timpano, the show-stopping dish from "Big Night," is a family tradition
Since Mel Brooks is 95, the entertainment legend's memoir is a historical record of American comedy. In this excerpt, he makes a fated decision to go into show business when he was nine.
In a Q&A about her new book, Lana Wood explains what she believes happened that November night on board Wagner's yacht, the Splendour
In his new memoir, "No One Wins Alone," the six-time Stanley Cup winner says mental conditioning is as important as physical training, and reveals how he discovered "the zone"
In this excerpt from "The Book of Hope," the 87-year-old primatologist, environmentalist and UN messenger of peace explains why she believes humans can save the planet
In his long-awaited memoir, journalism icon Peter Mansbridge tells behind-the-scenes stories from five decades in the news business
The retired astronaut talks about his novel, The Apollo Murders, and how Neil Young gave him writing advice in a phone call to the Space Station
Award-winning author George Elliott Clarke, 61, discusses his new memoir, his youth in Nova Scotia and exploring his Africadian roots
In an excerpt from his memoir about life, death and addiction, Toronto writer Bob Ramsay, 72, explains how he and his wife, Dr. Jean Marmoreo, 79, found 50 new friends when their social circle started shrinking
The Canadian author, who has reported on diamond mining, meets mercenaries, thugs and prospectors on an unforgettable trip to Angola
At 77, tennis superstar Billie Jean King writes in her new memoir that she is finally at peace with her life, happily married to her wife, and hitting balls again
Lyndon Penner's Camino de Santiago pilgrimage in Spain sows seeds of appreciation for the natural world
In his memoir Beautiful Things, U.S. President Joe Biden’s son lays bare the root of his trauma and the depths of his addiction
In her new memoir The Bright Side, the Toronto journalist recounts how she found solace and strength in a cascade of catastrophe
The former broadcast journalist’s memoir Off Script chronicles lessons learned from marriage and motherhood, career highs and lows, and everyday Canadians facing adversity
In her new book Happiness Becomes You, the 81-year-old music icon explains how Buddhism changed her life and allowed her to 'turn poison into medicine'
The Alberta-born singer-songwriter talks her latest memoir and how she found power in aging.
The 70-year-old rock superstar talks about his memoir, the rare muscle disorder IBM and meeting George Harrison