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Just when baby boomers’ dependent children finally leave the nest, along comes a new responsibility to sap time and energy: Elderly, ailing parents who

For four years in the first decade of the 21st century, men in a Mennonite colony in Bolivia called Manitoba used an anaesthetic to

This fall's Ottawa International Writers Festival lineup features the Booker long list nominated author Esi Edugyan, Patrick DeWitt, a past winner of the Governor

The Roman empire collapsed, overextended and sclerotic, badly led by men who had lost touch with reality. The Romanov dynasty disappeared under the weight

For Tanya Evanson, hip hop falls under the umbrella of the art form known as spoken word. The Antiguan-Canadian writer, performer, producer and educator presents her

The former Canada and the World pavilion was always a building with a breathtaking view and no occupant. It is on Sussex Drive right