Man Booker Prize winner Roddy Doyle on domestic violence, writing from memory and the lure of Irish culture
The Irish writer won the 1993 Man Booker Prize for his novel Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha, about a boy's life growing up poor in Dublin.
How a law meant to curb infanticide was used to abandon teens
With good intentions, Nebraska passed its Safe Haven Law in 2008 without an age restriction. Many didn't expect older children would be dropped off.
'I don't know that people allow themselves to love what is around them': Remembering painter Mary Pratt
Famed Canadian painter Mary Pratt died this Tuesday in St. John's at the age of 83. We revisit her 2013 interview with Michael Enright, and Karin Wells's essay about her work.
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'No land to be found' as India's Kerala state faces worst flooding in a century
In the age of health apps and Fitbits, younger patients want more tech options from their doctors
Minnesota beer truck driver talks distressed man off bridge, offers him a drink
We can't grow enough food to feed the world according to the Food Guide
Drug users still too scared of police to call 911 for overdoses
'The heroes of our own stories': Why representation matters in Crazy Rich Asians
Justice the horse, a victim of neglect, is taking his former owner to court
'We are happy for her to be in heaven with God': Narada Michael Walden remembers Aretha Franklin
Someone planted tomatoes in this Toronto sinkhole — and residents are loving it
From a house of horrors to a happy ending: Cleveland kidnapping survivor finds love
How some grocery store mirrors nudge you toward healthier choices
'Climate change is here,' scientists say - but is it to blame for the extreme weather this summer?
Canada is phasing out pesticides linked to bee deaths — but the alternative may not be much better
Fall Book Preview
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How B.C. homeowners can prepare for wildfires
Drummer remembers 'powerful and amazing' experience of playing with Aretha Franklin
Newspapers rebuking Trump probably won't change anyone's mind, says veteran reporter
'Losing Earth': Do we have a collective moral responsibility to fight climate change?
Afternoon skies look 'like midnight' in B.C. as wildfires rage, says evacuee