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Sunday September 17, 2017
A group of Canadian Muslim women have banded together to create a collection of first-hand stories exploring the diversity of the Islamic faith and the Canadian nationality.
Saturday September 16, 2017
For ten years, Shahla and Peter Nygaardt peddled their way through 77 countries and across six continents, bicycling and tenting their way around the world.
Saturday September 16, 2017
Erinne Paisley is back on the international activist scene again, now with a how-to book for youth about using social media for activism.
Sunday September 10, 2017
Canadian playwright Hannah Moscovitch’s The Children's Republic is based on the true story of Dr. Janusz Korczak, a Polish advocate for children’s rights who was killed during the Holocaust.
Saturday September 09, 2017
Canadian musician and acclaimed accordionist Geoff Berner has been busy this month, releasing both a new album, writing another novel and playing at the Vancouver's Accordion Noir festival this weekend.
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