Stompin' Tom Connors, who died on Wednesday at 77, had a romance with Canada, not just its people and features -- even its place-names.
Almost all of us miss NHL hockey some of the time. And some of us miss it all of the time: players, owners, sports journalists. But its absence may also be a covert present in this gifting season.
Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven is now at the McMichael art gallery near Toronto, after what we're told was a successful European tour.
You could build economic structures on hockey fan passions, confident that they won't easily ebb away. Why not? Because feeling part of larger things is at our core.
To mark the centennial of Northrop Frye's birth a week ago, I want to register -- not quite a disagreement with Martin Knelman's lament here about the lack of acclaim for our great literary critic.
Putting an end to this political class arrogance is what the experience of the longest-serving NDP members has shown to be the major and vital challenge for the Canadian centre-left.
The goal of the Reimagine CBC project is to spark a brainstorm on the future of public media in Canada.
In late January, a small team gleaned from the ranks of Vancouver-based citizens' organizations OpenMedia.ca and Leadnow.ca took the wraps off an exciting new project called Reimagine CBC.
Robert Lepage's enchanting play "Blue Dragon" examines the important cultural-normative question that contemporary globalization presents to us.
Migrating Landscapes, the Canadian Entry to the 2012 Venice Biennale in Architecture, was inspired by unsettling encounters with Canadian landscapes and building forms.