The Sunday Edition — October 21, 2018
"We media hacks love countdowns, whether it's the early minutes of a NASA launch or the dying seconds of a hockey game. But I have to say that in the countdown to legalization, my confreres were in the grip of some kind of journalistic reefer madness."
Andrew Scheer became leader of the Conservative Party more than a year ago, but many Canadians say they still don't know much about him. With the federal election exactly one year away, the leader of the official opposition sat down with The Sunday Edition's host Michael Enright.
Thelma Pepper has dedicated her late-found photography career to capturing the lives of Saskatchewan farm wives, residents of rural Prairie communities and seniors in nursing homes — people often overlooked by society.
Rawi Hage is one of Canada's most celebrated writers, whose latest book is set in 1978 in the early days of the Lebanese civil war. It is a series of linked vignettes that stitch together to create a fabulist portrait of a city in the chaos of war.
Doris Kearns Goodwin's latest book, Leadership: In Turbulent Times, examines the character traits that made four American presidents great leaders, and whether the current president shares any of them.