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The story of the bloody 1917 Battle of Vimy Ridge is, according to many of today’s tellings, a heroic founding moment for Canada. This noble, birth-of-a-nation narrative is regularly applied to the Great War in general. Yet this mythical tale is rather new.
This community classroom is developed in response to a phenomenon of increasing precarious work across industries therefore increasing economic insecurity.
In the coming decades, the bulk of Africa's anticipated urban population growth will take place in smaller cities.
Tom Rosenstiel, head of the Washington-based American Press Institute, will be in Ottawa to launch his first work of fiction, the political thriller Shining City, and also to launch into a discussion of the stranger than fiction world of the news media and the Trump presidency.
“Everyone is entitled to their own opinions, but they are not entitled to their own facts.” -Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan of New York
"Alternative facts are not facts. They are falsehoods," - journalist Chuck Todd, “Meet the Press”
Towards a Prairie Atonement addresses the question of our relationship with the land. Enlisting the help of a Metis Elder, Trevor Herriot revisits the history of one corner of the Great Plains.
Please join us in a discussion of James Baldwin's first novel Go Tell It on the Mountain at our book club on April 4.
“Although there have been countless cases of women’s madness throughout history, almost no personal accounts have been formally documented. Was there no one to listen to these women, to write down their thoughts? Is it an arbitrary oversight?
Food insecurity takes a disproportionate toll on the health of Canada’s Indigenous people. A Land Not Forgotten examines the disruptions in local food practices as a result of colonization and the cultural, educational, and health consequences of those disruptions.
A bold new telling of the defining battle of the Great War, and how it came to signify and solidify Canada’s national identity