Book Review Oct 19
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Navjeet Sidhu | An absorbing and revealing look at the brutal conditions inside one of Canada's wartime internment camps, where thousands were imprisoned during the First World War.
Book Review Oct 5
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Cristina D'Amico | Ronald Deibert's "Reset" presents a chilling portrait of our current communications infrastructure, but his solution misses the mark.
Book Review Sep 28
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Shanese Steele | Simpson's new novel "Noopiming" is a healing journey of Indigenous futurism through poetry, song and storytelling.
Book Review Sep 21
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Robert Hackett | Seth Klein's "A Good War" is the book every climate-concerned Canadian has been waiting for.
Book Review Sep 10
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Sheila Laroque | Billy-Ray Belcourt's new memoir will have a lasting impact on contemporary Indigenous writing.
Book Review Jun 25
Drummers at a Black Lives Matter sit-in in Toronto, June 2020. Image: Jason Hargrove/Flickr
Graeme Pente | In a new collection of wide-ranging essays, Between the Lines offers a timely portrait of the world COVID-19 is still in the process of revealing and, perhaps, unmaking.
Book Review Jun 4
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Michael Nicholas | Jules Boykoff, a prolific critic of the Olympic games, convincingly demonstrates that zeroing in on anti-Olympics organizing can help us understand how local movements interact with global issues.
Book Review May 21
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Malcolm Araos | In his new book, James Wilt makes a convincing case for why public transit options better serve the most marginalized members of our society at a lower cost.
Book Review May 14
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Rachel Bondra | A new book explores the problems with the planning profession, but also looks at the solutions available when planners and grassroots activists work together to combat the neoliberalization of cities.
Book Review May 7
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Raluca Bejan | In his new collection of essays on the coronavirus pandemic, Slavoj Žižek is simply regurgitating many of his overused ideas in a shiny new COVID-19 packaging.
Book Review Apr 16
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Margeaux Feldman | Shraya's second novel explores how, while social media amplifies our jealousy and longing, it is not the root cause of these feelings.
Book Review Apr 2
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Alexandra Valahu | In her new book, "My Art Is Killing Me and Other Poems," Amber Dawn names abuses of power in certain spaces and communities.
Book Review Mar 12
Vincent Ternida | "Polar Vortex" is a psychological drama that tests a vulnerable relationship where two lovers who seemingly know each other are challenged by secrets omitted to keep the relationship working.
Book Review Feb 27
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Daniel Aureliano Newman | Laura Trethewey's lively book pitches human-scale stories as portals into world-sized issues, but the stories don't cohere.
Book Review Jan 30
San Francisco youth climate strike, March 2019. Image: Marti Johnson/Wikimedia Commons
Sophia Reuss | "A Planet to Win" argues that the activist left must popularize a new moral and political calculus, one aimed at building a world where all people can live a good life.

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