So, Canada...

Can religious and non-religious Canadians learn to put faith in each other?

'If anyone can keep our beautiful land of Canada glorious and free, it is not God.'

'I wrote a play about religion in Canada, and I learned a few things.'

Diane Flacks reflects on a perspective-shifting experience. (Library and Archives Canada / e006078821)

About the Author

Diane Flacks

Diane Flacks is a multitasking writer/performer/author whose work can be seen on CBC TV in Working Moms, Young Drunk Punk, Baroness Von Sketch, and Kids in the Hall among many others. She’s written for the Globe and Mail, Now, was a columnist for the Toronto Star and a long running CBC radio parenting columnist and freelance contributor. Her theatre work has toured the country, most recently Waiting Room and the award nominated Unholy, which is being remounted this fall.


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