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Canadian author’s work draws on her experiences visiting some of the world’s most troubled places, and her need to tell untold stories.

Kanada

Canadian author’s work draws on her experiences visiting some of the world’s most troubled places, and her need to tell untold stories.

Smorgasbord of sleuths ply Vancouver punk scene, Aussie outback, heart of Toronto and Old World Budapest

From personal stories to stories of personal heroes these recent releases will leave fans cheering

All in one place: the books we’ve reviewed this week and how to pick up a copy.

Bestselling Finish-Estonian author Sofi Oksanen’s latest novel draws on strong feminist themes throughout, but leaves some characters underdeveloped.

Poets Rachel Rose and Eileen Myles each have a new non-fiction book that lingers well after the final page is finished.

Levine was born in Poland, grew up in Ottawa, schooled in Montreal, then lived in England, where he died in 2005.

Beautiful Scars produces a picture of growing up on the east side of Hamilton Mountain in the late 1950s and into the ’60s.

At $75,000 (U.S.), richest prize for a single work of non-fiction in the English language chose book that studied Siberian penal colonies

David Chariandy, James Maskalyk and Sharon Bala win marquee prizes with four women winning lifetime recognition awards

The prestigious literary award carries a legacy both cultural and personal, a lifeline to the late Jack Rabinovitch and his beloved late wife Doris Giller.

We ask commuters what they’re reading.

Atogun’s second book features a story of womanly strength and power

David Fishman chronicles a group of Jewish artists and intellectuals who preserved thousands of rare Jewish books from being destroyed

LeBrock of Scotland says farewell; Batman’s updated; Trump — really! — as a comic book trope; and Lynda Barry on race.

Lest we forget, each of these new books is about a conflict near or far, recently or long ago.

Journalist Kenneth Whyte takes a deep look at one of the 20th Century’s early presidents, and argues that he’s taken an unfair rap

All in one place: the books we’ve reviewed this week and how to pick up a copy.

Vancouver hit a 12-month high as housing starts doubled, while Toronto saw a slowdown in its pace.

Ontario’s new condo tribunal is accessible but will only mediate and adjudicate one kind of dispute to begin.