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Too Asian?: Racism, Privilege, and Post-Secondary Education
Sep 27 2012 | By Cara Ng | “Too Asian?”: Racism, Privilege, and Post-Secondary Education, a new anthology, takes Maclean's magazine to task and explores race and representation in Canadian universities.
Sep 20 2012 | By Sarah van Gelder | Published in 2011, shortly after the Occupy movement began, This Changes Everything was published offering insights for the many already involved.
Sep 13 2012 | By Kevin Hollett | In Vanishing Vancouver: The Last 25 Years, author Michael Kluckner pushes back, back in time and back against the disappearing city he clearly fell in love with.
Sep 7 2012 | By Vivian McCaffrey | For the last decade, Finland’s success on international tests has caught the attention of education policymakers around the world.
Lingering Tide and Other Stories
Aug 30 2012 | By Noreen Mae Ritsema | In her book Lingering Tide and Other Stories, Latha Viswanathan deftly maps out the uneasy borders created by generation gaps and cultural collisions.
Aug 23 2012 | By Daniel Francis | Richard Stursberg’s memoir of his years in CBC programming raises the question: how did someone so fundamentally out of sympathy with public broadcasting get the job in the first place?
Aug 16 2012 | By Niranjana Iyer | The Chelsea Papers, an ebook by Toronto writer, Nathaniel G. Moore, is hard to summarize in a single-sentence precis. To start, it's a surrealist erotic novella about sea monsters. Read on for more!
Beautiful Trouble: A Toolbox for Revolution
Aug 9 2012 | By Murray Dobbin | Beautiful Trouble: A Toolbox for Revolution is a unique guide on how to take on powerful adversaries to win.
End This Depression Now!
Aug 2 2012 | By Fred Block | Paul Krugman is stepping up to play the kind of role that John Maynard Keynes performed in the 1930s -- arguing in clear accessible language for the government to spend to get us out of the slump.
Omar Khadr, Oh Canada
Jul 26 2012 | By Amira Elghawaby | As in an artful kaleidoscope, Janice Williamson's book has brought together the voices and sentiments of those who refuse to look away from Omar Khadr.