From the Nov. 3 issue, as compiled by Books editor Brian Bethune
The acclaimed novelist’s memoir is an insider’s experience of a misunderstood continent
In this excerpt from his new memoir, the Canadian rock troubadour icon revisits one of his deepest passions: cars
After the Senate scandal, Stephen Harper faced the greatest test of his power yet. The story of his fight back.
The Giller prize-nominated author writes on the protagonist of her latest novel who seemed to demand she delve into the 1985 Air India bombing
The Giller prize-nominated author describes growing up an unrestrained bookworm in a lower-class, motherless home
From the October 27 issue, as compiled by Books editor Brian Bethune
Book review: Paul M. Barrett’s ‘Law of the Jungle’
Book review: Alex Marwood’s ‘The Killer Next Door’
Book review: Kara Cooney’s ‘The Woman Who Would Be King’
Book review: William J. Mann’s ‘Tinseltown: Murder, Morphine and Madness at the Dawn of Hollywood’
Book review: Emmanuel Carrère’s ‘Limonov: The outrageous adventures of the radical Soviet poet’
The social activist and author wins Canada’s top award for nonfiction for her book ‘This Changes Everything’
The author of the bestselling ‘Being Mortal’ expounds on the messy intersection between science and humanity
Charles Spencer, keeper of the Althorp estate and his sister Diana’s memory, is investigating a historic manhunt
The award-winning author is pleased Canadians are talking, but she is nudging the conversation along.
If Americans hate monarchs so much, why do they elect one?