Harry Potter and the return of anticipation
His energy is so boundless that his father calls him a ‘little ruffian’
Daniel Kunitz takes readers from naked Greeks to Jazzercise in a book that’s easy to lift
‘Fire’ begins as ‘Plague’ ends. A review of C.C. Humphreys’s latest thriller
But the Downton Abbey writer may have spread himself a bit too thin
The government appears to have broken protocol in making the invitation public before it had been accepted. What if the royal couple doesn’t come?
July 5th, 2016 13 comments
A FAQ on Elizabeth II and Britain’s Brexit vote
On July 1, 1916, the Royal Newfoundland Regiment suffered a massive military tragedy—and changed Canada’s newest province
June 22nd, 2016 3 comments
Liberal MP Seamus O’Regan explains his province’s remembrance of those who died on July 1, 1916—including his great-great-uncle, Lt. Richard Shortall.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child adds a new chapter to the Potter world
J.K. Rowling unleashes a play on a fan base hungry for more Hogwarts
A new biography outlines the the violence, treachery and deceit rampant in the Romanov family
Environment Canada climatologist David Phillips crunched the historical weather data for Fort McMurray and turned up some disturbing trends