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Now (newspaper) (558 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article

Now (styled as NOW), also known as NOW Magazine, is a free alternative weekly newspaper and online publication in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was first
Dose (magazine) (525 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
Dose is a daily Canadian news website and former daily print magazine. It was a mixture of standalone features and coverage of daily news, sometimes from
Vitalik Buterin (2,207 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Vitaly Dmitriyevich "Vitalik" Buterin (Russian: Виталий Дмитриевич Бутерин; born 31 January 1994) is a Russian-Canadian programmer and writer who is best
Brunico Communications (519 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Brunico Communications is a Canadian magazine publishing company. The company specializes primarily in online trade magazines serving media industries
Ralph Allen (journalist) (338 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
Ralph Allen (August 25, 1913 – December 2, 1966) was a Canadian journalist, editor, and novelist. Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Allen was raised and educated
Gavin McInnes (6,925 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Gavin Miles McInnes (/məˈkɪnɪs/; born 17 July 1970) is a Canadian writer, podcaster and far-right political commentator. He is the host of the podcast
Quill & Quire (898 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Quill & Quire, a Canadian magazine about the book and publishing industry, was launched in 1935 and has an average circulation of 5,000 copies per issue
This Magazine (534 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
the Canadian Literary Press Index, Alternative Press Index and the Canadian Magazine Index, and on microfiche and microfilm from University Microfilm,
Shane Smith (journalist) (2,202 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
Shane Smith (born 28 September 1969) is a Canadian journalist and media executive. He is executive chairman of the international media company Vice Media—originally
Walt Grealis (569 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Walter Grealis OC (18 February 1929 – 20 January 2004) was a Canadian publisher and music industry leader. With partner Stan Klees, he co-founded Canada's
Charlie Angus (1,549 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Charles Joseph Angus MP (born November 14, 1962) is a Canadian author, journalist, broadcaster, musician, and politician. A member of the New Democratic
Owen McCarron (548 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Owen McCarron (1929 in Halifax, Nova Scotia – June 27, 2005) was a Canadian cartoonist and publisher. As a publisher, he was a prolific packager of promotional
Graydon Carter (1,385 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Edward Graydon Carter, CM (born July 14, 1949) is a Canadian journalist who served as the editor of Vanity Fair from 1992 until 2017. He also co-founded
Russ Jones (673 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Russ Jones (born July 16, 1942 in Ontario) is a Canadian novelist, illustrator, and magazine editor, active in the publishing and entertainment industries
Uncanny Tales (Canadian pulp magazine) (1,242 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
Uncanny Tales was a Canadian science fiction pulp magazine edited by Melvin R. Colby that ran from November 1940 to September 1943. It was created in response
Suroosh Alvi (1,567 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Suroosh Alvi (Urdu: سروش علوی‎; born (1969-03-26)26 March 1969) is a Canadian journalist and filmmaker. He is the co-founder of Vice Media, a digital media
Peter Gzowski (1,656 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Peter John Gzowski CC (July 13, 1934 – January 24, 2002), known colloquially as "Mr. Canada", or "Captain Canada", was a Canadian broadcaster, writer and
John Bell (historian) (377 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
John Bell (born 1952) is a Canadian comics historian and senior archivist at Library and Archives Canada (Ottawa, Ontario). He specializes in the history
Fab (magazine) (583 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
fab was a Canadian magazine which targeted the gay community, publishing biweekly issues in Toronto, Ontario from 1994 to 2013. It published alternate
Linda Frum (644 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Linda Frum (born January 13, 1963) is a Canadian author and journalist, and a Conservative member of the Senate of Canada since 2009. Frum was born in
Andrew Coyne (1,044 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
James Andrew Coyne (born December 23, 1960) is a Canadian columnist with The Globe and Mail and a member of the At Issue panel on CBC's The National. Previously
Link Byfield (612 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Eric Linkord "Link" Byfield (December 5, 1951 – January 24, 2015) was a Canadian news columnist, author and politician. Byfield was editor and publisher
Robert Fulford (journalist) (495 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
Robert Marshall Blount Fulford OC (born February 13, 1932) is a Canadian journalist, magazine editor, and essayist. He lives in Toronto, Ontario. Fulford
Joe Weider (1,358 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Joseph Weider (/ˈwiːdər/; November 29, 1919 – March 23, 2013) was a Canadian bodybuilder and entrepreneur who co-founded the International Federation of
Siren (magazine) (227 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
Siren was a bimonthly Canadian magazine, published in Toronto, Ontario, for the city's lesbian community. The magazine was launched in 1995 by a women's
Douglas Gibson (744 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Douglas Maitland Gibson,C.M. (born December 4, 1943) is a Canadian editor, publisher and writer. Best known as the former president and publisher of McClelland
Evan Solomon (721 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Evan Solomon (born April 20, 1968) is a Canadian columnist, political journalist, and radio host. He is the host of The Evan Solomon Show on Toronto-area
Peter C. Newman (864 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Peter Charles Newman CC CD (born May 10, 1929) is a Canadian journalist and writer. Born in Vienna, Austria, Newman emigrated from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia
Tyler Brûlé (729 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Jayson Tyler Brûlé (born November 25, 1968) is a Canadian journalist, entrepreneur, and magazine publisher. He is the editor-in-chief of Monocle. Jayson
Rich Priske (396 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Rich Priske (August 29, 1967 –  July 11, 2020), also known as Rich Rock, was a Canadian bassist. Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, he had long been
Pierre Berton (2,824 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Pierre Francis de Marigny Berton CC OOnt (July 12, 1920 – November 30, 2004) was a noted Canadian author of non-fiction, especially Canadiana and Canadian
Bonnie Fuller (681 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Bonnie Fuller (born Bonnie Hurowitz; September 8, 1956) is a Canadian media executive who is the owner and editor-in-chief of Hollywood Life. Fuller previously
Lindsay Nixon (551 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Lindsay Nixon is an Indigenous Canadian writer, who won the Dayne Ogilvie Prize for emerging LGBTQ writers in 2019. Nixon, of Cree, Saulteaux and Métis
Thomas B. Costain (1,244 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Thomas Bertram Costain (May 8, 1885 – October 8, 1965) was a Canadian-American journalist who became a best-selling author of historical novels at the
Jonathan Kay (1,368 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Jonathan Hillel Kay (born 1968) is a Canadian journalist. He was the editor-in-chief of The Walrus (2014–2017), and is a senior editor of Quillette. He
Rites (magazine) (1,045 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
Rites was a Canadian magazine, published for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender communities in Canada from 1984 to 1992. The magazine was published
Canadian Musician (212 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Canadian Musician is a Canadian magazine that is published bi-monthly by Norris-Whitney Communications Inc. Canadian Musician was launched by Jim Norris
Paul Wells (667 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Paul Wells (born 1966) is a Canadian journalist and pundit, currently working as a senior writer at Maclean's. He was briefly a national affairs columnist
Allan Fotheringham (1,458 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Allan Fotheringham (August 31, 1932 – August 19, 2020) was a Canadian newspaper and magazine journalist. He was widely known by the nickname Dr. Foth and
OutWords (344 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
OutWords was a Canadian magazine, published in Winnipeg, Manitoba for the city's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities. Launched in November
Matthew Hays (167 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Matthew Hays is a Canadian film critic, writer, film festival programmer and academic. He won a Lambda Literary Award for his 2007 book The View from Here:
Kathleen Howard (427 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Kathleen Howard (July 27, 1884 - April 15, 1956) was a Canadian-born American opera singer, magazine editor, and character actress from the mid-1930s through
List of number-one singles of 1982 (Canada) (1,054 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000. Twenty singles peaked atop the RPM Singles Chart in
Coda (magazine) (105 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
Coda was a Canadian magazine devoted to covering all things related to jazz. The magazine produced 6 publications a year on a bi-monthly basis. Founded
Bill Gaston (674 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Bill Gaston (born January 14, 1953 in Tacoma, Washington) is a Canadian novelist, playwright and short story writer. Gaston grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba
List of number-one singles of 1997 (Canada) (1,116 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000. Eighteen different songs rose to number one this year
Ali Blythe (176 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Ali Blythe is a Canadian poet and editor. His debut poetry collection Twoism was a shortlisted finalist for the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize in 2016, and
List of number-one singles of 1999 (Canada) (1,152 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000. During 1999, sixteen different songs reached number
Andrew Nikiforuk (400 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Andrew Nikiforuk, born in 1955, is a Canadian journalist who has won multiple National Magazine Awards. His work has appeared in Saturday Night, Maclean's
List of number-one singles of 1984 (Canada) (1,075 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000. Twenty-six songs reached number one in 1984. Paul
1904 in Canada (804 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
contains goose quill pen Fergus Kyle, "Incidents at a Great Fire," The Canadian Magazine, Vol. XXIII, No. 2 (June 1904), pgs. 136-40. http://www.canadiana
TV Guide (Canada) (1,135 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
TV Guide was a weekly Canadian magazine that provided television program listings information as well as television-related news, celebrity interviews
Myrna Kostash (1,289 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Myrna Kostash (born September 2, 1944) is a Canadian writer and journalist. She has published several non-fiction books and written for many Canadian magazines
List of number-one singles of 1993 (Canada) (1,110 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000. Seventeen singles peaked atop the RPM Singles Chart
Emily Pohl-Weary (749 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Emily Pohl-Weary (born 1973) is a Canadian novelist, poet, university professor, and magazine editor. She is the granddaughter of science fiction writers
Canadian Review of Music and Art (236 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
The Canadian Review of Music and Art was a Canadian magazine that was published between February 1942 and 1951 by Canadian Review Publishing. The magazine
Subvertising (838 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
billboard hacking or culture jamming. According to Adbusters, a Canadian magazine and a proponent of counter-culture and subvertising, "A well-produced
List of number-one singles of 1981 (Canada) (944 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000. A total of sixteen singles reached number one on the
Vish Khanna (658 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Vish Khanna is a Canadian cultural journalist, podcaster, and radio personality, known for producing and hosting the Kreative Kontrol podcast, The Wrath
List of number-one singles of 1980 (Canada) (949 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000. During 1980, twenty-two singles reached number one
List of number-one singles of 1994 (Canada) (1,145 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000. During 1994, eighteen singles became number-one singles
Gerald Hannon (1,440 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Gerald Hannon (born July 10, 1944) is a Canadian journalist whose work has appeared in major Canadian magazines and newspapers. Hannon gained fame as a
List of number-one singles of 1991 (Canada) (1,155 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000. During 1991, twenty-two singles reached number one
Broken Pencil (164 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Broken Pencil is a Canadian magazine, which profiles zine culture and independent arts and music. The magazine publishes four times annually and is based
Louise Blouin (502 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Louise Thérèse Blouin (born 1958/59) is a Canadian magazine publisher. She is owner of Louise Blouin Media, which she founded. Louise Blouin was born
List of number-one singles of 1986 (Canada) (1,105 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000. In 1986, forty-one songs peaked at number one on the
List of number-one singles of 1983 (Canada) (1,167 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000. During 1983, twenty-seven singles became number-one
R. M. Vaughan (565 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Richard Murray Vaughan (March 2, 1965 – October 2020) was a Canadian writer and artist. Born in Saint John, New Brunswick, Vaughan graduated from the creative
Walter Sendzik (466 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Walter Sendzik (born February 28, 1972) is a Canadian politician. He is currently the mayor of St. Catharines, Ontario. As mayor, he also sits on Niagara
Shannon Larratt (1,032 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Shannon Larratt (September 29, 1973 – March 15, 2013) was the creator, former editor and publisher of BMEzine, an online magazine noted for coverage of
List of number-one singles of 1985 (Canada) (1,047 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000. Thirty-two songs peaked at number one this year, starting
Ryerson Review of Journalism (236 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
The Ryerson Review of Journalism is a Canadian magazine, published annually by final-year journalism students at Ryerson University. The magazine profiles
Jurassic Park (song) (2,099 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
did not chart in the United States, it peaked at number 5 on the Canadian magazine The Record's single chart. The video was also nominated for a Grammy
List of number-one singles of 1992 (Canada) (1,169 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000. A total of twenty singles reached number one on the
List of number-one singles of 1989 (Canada) (1,167 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000. During 1989, twenty-six songs became number-one singles
List of number-one singles of 1988 (Canada) (1,179 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000. Twenty-five singles peak atop the RPM Singles Chart
List of number-one singles of 1998 (Canada) (1,229 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000. In 1998, fifteen songs peaked at number one on the
List of number-one singles of 1995 (Canada) (1,217 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000. Eighteen songs reached number one in 1995. Bon Jovi
List of number-one singles of 1987 (Canada) (1,063 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000. During 1987, thirty-one different songs reached number
List of number-one singles of 2000 (Canada) (1,307 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
This is a list of Canada's number-one singles of 2000. RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000
List of number-one singles of 1996 (Canada) (1,173 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000. 1996 saw twenty-three songs reach the number-one spot
This (192 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
"This", a 1995 song by Rod Stewart from A Spanner in the Works This (Canadian magazine), a political journal This (journal), a poetry journal published in
Ezra Levant (7,167 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Ezra Isaac Levant is a Canadian media personality, far-right political activist, writer, and broadcaster. He founded Rebel News (which he owns) and Western
Sarah Thomson (publisher) (1,801 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
Sarah Thomson, also known as Sarah Whatmough-Thomson, (born 1968) is publisher and CEO of the Women's Post and the volunteer CEO of the non-profit Transit
List of number-one singles of 1990 (Canada) (1,180 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
RPM was a Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000. 1990 saw 21 songs reach the number-one spot in Canada
Doris Anderson (2,155 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Doris Hilda Anderson, CC OOnt (November 10, 1921 – March 2, 2007) was a Canadian author, journalist and women's rights activist. She is best known as the
Kalle Lasn (1,668 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Kalle Lasn (Estonian pronunciation: [ˈkɑlˑɛ ˈlɑsn̥]) (born March 24, 1942) is an Estonian-Canadian film maker, author, magazine editor, and activist. Near
A. A. MacLeod (1,824 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Alexander Albert "A. A." MacLeod (April 2, 1902 – March 13, 1970) was a political organizer and a prominent member of the Communist Party of Canada and
Dana Larsen (1,199 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Dana Albert Larsen (born April 14, 1971) is a Canadian author, politician and cannabis rights activist. Larsen was the editor of Cannabis Culture magazine
Francis Coleman (524 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Francis Coleman (12 January 1924 – 10 April 2008) was a conductor and television producer and director. Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Coleman began
David Bentley (businessman) (809 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
David Bentley is a Canadian businessman from Halifax, Nova Scotia who has been involved in print media since the 1970s. Born in England, Bentley emigrated
Save Me (The Tea Party song) (272 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
said it is an apology to women and to their treatment by men. "One Canadian magazine, reviewing a Tea Party gig noted '(the band) then went into their
Bill Smith (Canadian musician) (501 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
William Ernest Smith (usually called Bill Smith) (born 12 May 1938) is a Canadian writer, editor, record producer, saxophonist, and clarinetist of English
Merilyn Simonds (704 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Merilyn Simonds (born 1949 in Winnipeg, Manitoba) is a Canadian writer. Merilyn Simonds spent her childhood in Brazil, returning to Canada as a teenager
Sylvia Legris (200 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Sylvia Legris (born 1960) is a Canadian poet. Originally from Winnipeg, Manitoba, she now lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She has published four volumes
Sarah Nicole Prickett (693 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Sarah Nicole Prickett is a journalist, art critic and editor. She is the founder and editor-in-chief of Adult, an arts and criticism magazine that launched
A\J: Alternatives Journal (221 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
and website based in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. It is the national Canadian magazine exploring environmental science, issues, policy and debate, and has
Walter Stewart (journalist) (1,363 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
Walter Douglas Stewart (April 19, 1931 – September 15, 2004) was an outspoken Canadian writer, editor and journalism educator, a veteran of newspapers
J. B. MacKinnon (472 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
James Bernard MacKinnon, commonly cited as J.B. MacKinnon, is a Canadian journalist, contributing editor and book author. MacKinnon is best known for co-authoring
Derek Weiler (327 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Xavier Weiler (October 4, 1968 – April 12, 2009) was a journalist and Canadian magazine editor. He was editor of Quill & Quire, Canada's national book trade
The Walrus (1,477 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Literary Review of Canada, began promoting his vision of a world-class Canadian magazine. This led him to meet with then-Harper's editor Lewis H. Lapham to
Maureen Judge (1,002 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Maureen Judge is a Canadian filmmaker and television producer. Most of her work is documentary and explores themes of love, betrayal and acceptance in
Ted Byfield (2,869 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Edward Bartlett Byfield (born in 1928) is a conservative Canadian journalist, publisher, and editor. He founded the Alberta Report, BC Report and Western
Richard Summerbell (2,221 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Richard C. Summerbell (born 29 June 1956) is a Canadian mycologist, author and award-winning songwriter. He was editor in chief of an international scientific
John Bayne Maclean (287 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Lieutenant Colonel John Bayne Maclean (26 September 1862 – 25 September 1950) was a Canadian publisher. He founded Maclean's Magazine, the Financial Post
Ken Whyte (1,180 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Kenneth Whyte (born August 12, 1960) is a Canadian journalist, publisher and author based in Toronto. He was formerly the Senior Vice-President of Public
Wayne Grady (author) (440 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
Wayne Grady (born 1948 in Windsor, Ontario) is a Canadian writer, editor, and translator. He is the author of fourteen books of nonfiction, the translator
Rachel Giese (396 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Rachel Giese is a Canadian journalist, who won the Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing in 2019 for her book Boys: What It Means to Become a Man
Ian Young (writer) (541 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
Ian Young (born January 5, 1945) is an English-Canadian poet, editor, literary critic, and historian. While a student at the University of Toronto, he
Pisces (astrology) (1,966 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
J. Gordon; Cooper, John Alexander; MacTavish, Newton (1903), The Canadian Magazine of Politics, Science, Art and Literature, Ontario Publishing Company
Mathieu Chantelois (1,706 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Mathieu Chantelois (born July 4, 1973) is a Canadian television personality, journalist, magazine editor, and marketing executive. Mathieu Chantelois was
Brit Griffin (230 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Brit Griffin is a Canadian journalist and writer. In 2014, she published her debut novel, The Wintermen, with Sudbury-based Scrivener Press. In 2018, she
Paul Tough (756 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Paul Tough (born 1967) is a Canadian-American writer and broadcaster. He is perhaps best known for authoring the works Whatever It Takes: Geoffrey Canada's
Peace Magazine (244 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Peace Magazine is a Canadian magazine on disarmament and peacebuilding issues, published by Canadian Disarmanent Information Service (CANDIS). Peace Magazine
Derek Beaulieu (624 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Derek Alexander Beaulieu (born December 7, 1973 in Montreal, Quebec) is a Canadian poet, publisher and anthologist. Beaulieu studied contemporary Canadian
Audrey Grant (354 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Audrey Lindop Grant is a Canadian professional educator and a contract bridge teacher and writer known for her simple and humorous approach to the game
Bronwyn Drainie (235 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Bronwyn Drainie (born 1945) is a Canadian arts journalist. She was the editor-in-chief of the Literary Review of Canada from 2003 to 2015. She has also
Stevie Cameron (2,014 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Stevie (Stephanie Graham) Cameron, CM DD, (born 11 October 1943) is a Canadian investigative journalist and author. Stevie Cameron was born in Belleville
Women's suffrage in Canada (3,946 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Canadian Magazine (1895). Canadian Magazine. 5 (Public domain ed.). Toronto: The Ontario Publishing
Helen Reddy (6,467 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Know How to Love Him", reached number eight on the pop chart of the Canadian magazine RPM. She was signed to Capitol Records a year later. During the 1970s
Broadview (magazine) (766 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
Broadview is a Canadian magazine focused on national and international issues of spirituality, justice and ethical living as well as United Church of
Estelle Muriel Kerr (371 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
Leaf. Canadian Magazine 54.3 (Jan. 1920): 220-22. I Seek Lodgings in Paris. Toronto Star Weekly (14 May 1927). In the Vineyards of Burgundy. Canadian Magazine
William Arthur Irwin (846 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
William Arthur Irwin, often credited as W. Arthur Irwin (May 27, 1898 – August 9, 1999), was a Canadian journalist and diplomat. He is best known for his
Cottage Life (315 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Cottage Life is a Canadian magazine focusing on cottage lifestyle content. First published in the summer of 1988, the publication features how-to articles
Comet Lulin (1,210 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
Astronomy (pg. 24-27)". In Dickinson, Terence (ed.). SkyNews: The Canadian Magazine of Astronomy & Stargazing. XIV, Issue 5 (January/February 2009 ed
Alapalooza (2,375 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
and "Achy Breaky Song". "Jurassic Park" was a top five hit on the Canadian magazine The Record's single chart. Among the album's original creations were
Harry Albright (283 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Harry James Albright was the Director of Communications for the Friends World Committee for Consultation (FWCC) from 2008 to 2013, and editor of The Friend
John Norris (publisher) (82 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
John Norris (1934 – January 31, 2010) was a British-born Canadian publisher and editor. Norris founded CODA magazine. Born in the United Kingdom he later
Jesse Brown (journalist) (2,145 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
Jesse Benjamin Brown is a Canadian journalist, media personality, and businessperson. He is the founder and principal host of Canadaland, a talk show podcast
Liisa Repo-Martell (306 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
editors of This Magazine Is About Schools, an influential independent Canadian magazine now known as "This". Liisa grew up in Toronto and attended Jarvis
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2001 President's Medal for General Excellence (the highest honour in Canadian magazine writing). Turner spent the winter of 2013 as the Writer in Residence
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the same category for "Constant Craving". The song refers to the Canadian magazine Chatelaine, which named lang Woman of the Year in 1988. Larry Flick
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people who move to the state and work remotely. According to the Canadian magazine Maclean's, population related statistical data in Canada "shows that
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magazine from 1961 until his retirement in 1998, nearly 40 years. A Canadian magazine with the same title and focus ceased publication about a year before
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Its monthly readership in 2016 was 76,000. Alberta Views was named Canadian Magazine of the Year at the 2009 National Magazine Awards. John Ralston Saul
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Marni Jackson is a Canadian journalist. She is most noted for her 1992 memoir The Mother Zone, which was a shortlisted finalist for the Stephen Leacock
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Connie Gault (born March 6, 1949, in Central Butte, Saskatchewan) is a Canadian novelist, playwright and short story writer. She is best known for her
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the Canadian viewing public unsigned review "Canadian Fiction" The Canadian Magazine Vol. VIII No. 3 (January, 1897); p. 284 Ketterer, David, Canadian
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Margaret Smith Polson (née Murray; Paisley July 20, 1865 – January 27, 1927 Montreal), better known as Margaret Polson Murray, was a Canadian social reformer
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above&beyond, which runs under the byline "Canada's Arctic Journal", is a Canadian magazine that features northern-related lifestyle and news features. Published
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Diana Atkinson, née Wigod is a Canadian writer, who was a shortlisted nominee for the Governor General's Award for English-language fiction at the 1995
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Mary Blanche O'Sullivan (born April 30, 1860 in Saint John, New Brunswick) was a Canadian teacher, writer, and editor. She taught in public schools for
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Barry Edward Dempster (born 17 January 1952) is a Canadian poet, novelist, and editor. Barry Dempster was born in Toronto, Ontario, and educated in child
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Rémi Marcoux, CM OQ (born July 6, 1940) is the founder and controlling shareholder of Transcontinental, Inc. Based in Montreal, Transcontinental is Canada's
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Graeme Mercer Adam (May 25, 1839 – October 30, 1912) was a Canadian author, editor, and publisher. Adam was born in Scotland where he developed a deep
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a Canadian feminist theatre company Siren (magazine), a bimonthly Canadian magazine Siren FM, a community radio station based at the University of Lincoln
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Jean-Paul Pinsonneault (1923 - 1978) was a Canadian writer, who won the Prix Québec-Paris and the Governor General's Award for French-language fiction
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"Sexiest Girls list" in 2008. She has been featured on multiple major Canadian magazine covers and starred in a national Kit Kat campaign. Her music has been
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Mary Jo Leddy, CM (born 1 February 1946) is a Canadian writer, speaker, theologian and social activist. Leddy is widely recognized for her work with refugees
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Carol Anne Philipps (February 5, 1965 – February 27, 2009) was a Canadian journalist and activist, most prominent as the original editor of Swerve, the
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Joséphine Marchand-Dandurand (December 5, 1861 – March 2, 1925) was a journalist, writer and feminist activist in Quebec. Joséphine-Hersélie-Henriette
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Meeka Walsh is a Canadian writer, art critic, and curator. She is the editor of Border Crossings. An author of short stories and essays, Walsh was included
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Plum Johnson is a Canadian writer and publisher, who won the RBC Taylor Prize in 2015 for her memoir They Left Us Everything. Born in Richmond, Virginia
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Trevor Herriot is a Canadian naturalist and writer. Best known as an expert on birds, he has published six books, has written for publications including
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Academic Matters: The Journal of Higher Education is a Canadian magazine which publishes articles on issues of relevance to postsecondary education in
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Robert Thomas Allen (1911–1990) was a Canadian humorist, best known as a two-time winner of the Stephen Leacock Award for humour. He won the award in 1957
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Peter Warren (born 1941) is a Canadian investigative journalist, private investigator, former talk radio host and member of the Canadian Association of
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David Zafrir Berlin (born May 14, 1951) is a Canadian editor, writer, politician, educator best known for being the co-founder and first editor of The
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Jeffrey Morgan is a Canadian writer and photographer who is best known for being the authorized biographer of both Alice Cooper and Iggy Pop and The Stooges
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Weekend was a long-running Canadian magazine and newspaper supplement. The Montreal Standard was founded in 1905 as a weekly newspaper and was purchased
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Contemporary Verse 2 (CV2) is a Canadian magazine which focuses on the art of poetry as well as contemporary poets and the issues. CV2 also publishes
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crepe originating from South India Dose (magazine), a free daily Canadian magazine Döse, town in Lower Saxony, Germany Gerd Dose (1942–2010), professor
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long-play record. Hidden World was picked as #1 punk album of the year by Canadian magazine Exclaim! and was also nominated for the 2007 PLUG Independent Music
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Marsha Boulton (born c. 1952) is a Canadian journalist and humorist, who won the Stephen Leacock Award in 1996 for her book Letters from the Country. Some
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arrangements of both found and constructed objects. In a 2011 article in the Canadian magazine The Walrus, her practice of sculptural assemblage was compared to
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William Henry Withrow (August 6, 1839 – November 12, 1908) was a Canadian Methodist minister, journalist, and author. Born in Toronto, Upper Canada, Withrow
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KidsWorld is an English-language Canadian magazine aimed towards children aged twelve and under, published by MIR Communications Inc. The magazine features
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Jacqueline Jill Robinson (born June 16, 1955) is a Canadian writer, editor and teacher. She is the author of a novel and four collections of short stories
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Canadian publishing history by Masthead, the trade magazine of the Canadian magazine publishing industry. Body Politic, a historical play by Nick Green
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Alan Hewetson (/hjuːɪtsən/ August 30, 1946 – January 6, 2004) was a Scottish-Canadian writer and editor of American horror-comics magazines, best known
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to revive the university's recently defunct President's Medal for Canadian Magazine Journalism. His original idea was to create a new award divided into
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Art and Design. From 1975 to 1990 he was the editor of Impulse, a Canadian magazine of art and culture. Garnet was born in Toronto, Ontario. Surveys of
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drama and music critic. Occasionally, he wrote about drama in the Canadian Magazine. Jacob was born in Elora, Ontario on 31 October 1882, the son of a
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Wasted Youth is a Canadian magazine created for young punk rock teens. The first issue was published in November 2004 in black and white and then republished
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Rob Payne is a Canadian novelist. Payne is married and lives in Perth, Australia with his wife and daughter. He is the author of three dramatic-comedy
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Robert (R. W.) Gray is a Canadian writer, filmmaker and academic. Originally from Prince Rupert, British Columbia, he was educated at the University of
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Frank Cyril Shaw Davison (February 3, 1893 – March 31, 1960) was a Canadian-born novelist who published under the nom de plume Pierre Coalfleet. He published
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Delos White Beadle (October 17, 1823 – August 30, 1905) was a horticulturist, journalist and municipal politician from St. Catharines, Ontario. He edited
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Stanley Louis Dragland (born December 2, 1942) is a Canadian novelist, poet and literary critic. A longtime professor of English literature at the University
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Alexandra Shimo is a Canadian writer, who was a shortlisted nominee for the Governor General's Award for English-language non-fiction at the 2014 Governor
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William Bleasdell Cameron was born July 26, 1862, in Trenton, Ontario. He is best known as being one of the survivors of the Frog Lake Massacre, and his
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December 1970. A condensed version of the story was published in the Canadian magazine Star Weekly, a weekend supplement of the Toronto Star, on 24 April
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David Eddie is a Canadian writer, best known as a humorous advice columnist for The Globe and Mail. His debut novel Chump Change was published in 1996
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dedicated section on Entrepreneur magazine's website. There is also a Canadian magazine devoted to the topic, The MOMpreneur Magazine. A 2011 MSNBC article
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Shelly Sanders (born 17 July 1964) is a Canadian journalist and novelist writing in English. Sanders was born Shelly Ann Sanders in Toronto, Ontario. Her
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André Langevin (July 11, 1927 – February 21, 2009) was a Canadian writer and journalist. He is best known for his Prix du Cercle du livre de France-winning
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Paula Gustafson (February 25, 1941 – July 11, 2006) was a Canadian artist, author, editor and advocate for craft and art in Canada. Gustafson was born
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throughout Canada and the United States and available free online. The Canadian magazine was founded in 1991 on Gabriola Island, British Columbia, and is now
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Shift in 1992, and was a member of the editorial board for the new Canadian magazine The Walrus. He is co-editor along with Evan Solomon of a series of
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collective began work in 1972–73. The magazine was billed as "The Canadian magazine by women for people". It "sought to explore alternatives to traditional
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is possessed by the spirit of Zenia. Originally published by the Canadian magazine The Walrus, the story also appears in her 2014 short story collection
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of pseudo-historical nonsense. Reyburn was also the editor of the Canadian magazine New Liberty before returning to the United Kingdom in 1950. Shortly
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condensed version of the story was published in two parts in the Canadian magazine Star Weekly, a weekend supplement of the Toronto Star, under the title
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initial idea to final edit. Ferrari has also wrote for Point of View, a Canadian magazine about documentary film and photography. https://www.nfb
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"Reckless Young Canada" 1893 American Canoe Club Yearbook "The Portage" Canadian Magazine "The Birds' Lullaby" Dominion Illustrated "A Red Girl's Reasoning"
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minutes for The Home for Blind Women. She was a founding editor of the Canadian magazine The Walrus. Barbara wrote the book and lyrics (music by Tom Bellman)
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he looks bored at the character he’s playing." In a review for the Canadian magazine Exclaim!, reviewer Laura Di Girolamo concluded that "this is a run-of-the-mill
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fifty-fifty with him. A condensed version of the novel was published in the Canadian magazine Star Weekly, a weekend supplement of the Toronto Star, on 13 September
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Robert Barr. A condensed version of the story was published in the Canadian magazine Star Weekly on 24 September 1955. It was also serialised in the London
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Cineplex Magazine’s circulation has grown to be among the highest of any Canadian magazine, with 750,000 copies per month. Cineplex Magazine also had the strongest
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(born 1950), Canadian meteorologist Louise Blouin (born 1958), French-Canadian magazine publisher and philanthropist Mike Blouin (born 1945), American politician
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purchased outright by Southam and merged with its weekend supplement, The Canadian Magazine and continued to be published as The Canadian/Star Weekly, which was
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Suck as a New Parent and currently writes a humour column in the Canadian magazine Maclean's and a blog on the Macleans website. During the 2006 federal
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accusations against Wente on her blog. On October 22, 2012, online Canadian magazine The Tyee published an article criticizing the Globe's "advertorial"
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Roar Foundation. In 2003, the Shambhala Sun was the most successful Canadian magazine in the United States. In November 2015 the magazine's name was changed
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Ontario Kashubs" inspired sensational articles in Psychology Today, The Canadian Magazine, and The National Enquirer which got it denounced on the floor of
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(programming), part of the Demoscene The Music Scene (magazine), a Canadian magazine dedicated to promoting classical music and jazz The Music Scene (TV
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2020 John T.[sic] Humphrey, "Homes are Not Castles" (truncated), The Canadian Magazine (March 1939). Accessed 23 June 2020 Letter from General Investigations
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at the University of Waterloo since 1984, is a bi-monthly national Canadian magazine exploring environmental science, issues, policy and debate. It is
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known as the Great War or simply the World War. In October 1914, the Canadian magazine Maclean's wrote, "Some wars name themselves. This is the Great War
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of 2006's best albums. The album also topped the metal section of Canadian magazine Exclaim 's 2006 Reader's Poll, and it was named in the top 10 of Pitchfork
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parasite known as "pique" in much of South America Pique Newsmagazine, a Canadian magazine Pique, the 1986 FIFA World Cup mascot Piqué, a type of shot in artistic
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began writing short stories, three of which were published in the Canadian magazine Maclean's, with two more appearing in the American periodicals This
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The film was based on a short story by Jacob Hays published in the Canadian magazine Maclean's in June 1954. Prior to publication, the film rights were
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key performers on the alternative drag scene. According to the US/Canadian magazine Vice it has been called a "frockumentary" which, as well as looking
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editions are bound in cloth (or have at least a cloth spine). 1969, Canadian Magazine (abridged), November 1969 1970, London: Collins Crime Club, April
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entitled Potential Resources of British Columbia (1908). For the Canadian Magazine, he wrote various articles including one entitled, British America's
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(novel), a 2014 novel by Akhil Sharma Family Life (Amish magazine), a Canadian magazine published primarily for the Old Order Amish Family Life (Wenner Media
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ISBN 978-1605490564. "A Conversation with Gene Day" in Orion: The Canadian Magazine of Time and Space, #2, Fall, 1982 Sacks, Jason; Dallas, Keith (2014)
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Millicent Redway is a Jamaican-Canadian businessperson and publisher with a passion for Black economic development. She is best known as publisher of Black
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2016. Retrieved June 29, 2015. "Battleships, Mines, and Torpedoes". Canadian Magazine. 22: 501–02. March 1904. Retrieved October 23, 2015. It could presage
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illustrated by Bill Charmatz, and lastly published on 23 April 1960 in the Canadian magazine Star Weekly, illustrated by Gerry Sevier. As How Right You Are, Jeeves
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2014. Stevenson O.J. (1907). "The Eccentricities of Genius". The Canadian Magazine. 29 (1): 3–9. Works by Adam White at Project Gutenberg Works by or
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Film at the Toronto International Film Festival 2009. Juliette is a Canadian magazine editor who arrives in Cairo for a vacation with husband Mark, a UN
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addition to being published as a novel, the story was printed in the Canadian magazine, Star Weekly, on 12 November 1949, and in the Long Island Sunday Press
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instance, Irish or France). La bibliothèque canadienne, a French Canadian magazine edited by Michel Bibaud, begins publishing this year (and will continue
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jazz and older popular music while blasting "that rock junk"), the Canadian magazine Maclean's, the Toronto Star, the Toronto Globe and Mail, and The New
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it reached the seventh position of the Top 50 Albums chart of the Canadian magazine RPM. In February 1974, Columbia Records estimated 960,000 copies of
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atmosphere, with picture's exteriors never achieving any period feel." The Canadian magazine FFWD stated "There are four Ator movies in total, and each one is
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commune of the Vienne département, in France Maisonneuve (magazine), a Canadian magazine Maisonneuve Monument, an 1895 monument in Montreal Maisonneuve fracture
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of radio airplay and peaked at number 26 on the singles chart of Canadian magazine The Record. Its airplay levels surprised Yankovic, who had observed
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creation work. In 2017, the company has won two awards at the first Canadian Magazine Awards, three Vertex Awards for the St. Joseph's packaging work for
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Saturday Night (book), by Susan Orlean Saturday Night (magazine), a Canadian magazine Saturday Night Magazine (U.S.), a lifestyle magazine Ireland's Saturday
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delicate thin or heavy thick chain. Managing editor of digital of Canadian magazine Flare Rebecca Perrin stated in an article, "a woman's waist and hips
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movement continues until 1850 La bibliothèque canadienne, a French Canadian magazine edited by Michel Bibaud, ceases publication this year (it began in
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Common's career or that he has fallen off in any significant way." Canadian magazine Now also gave it a score of two out of five and said it had "no shortage
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of the Year rankings Mazda3 was chosen as the Best New Small Car. Canadian magazine The Car Guide chose Mazda3 as the Best Compact Car in its Best Buys
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World. Subsequently, in 1988, Discorder was a finalist in the Western Canadian Magazine Awards competition for both Magazine of the Year (circulation under
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Hits Radio Lancashire Derek Webster, publisher and editor of the Canadian magazine Maisonneuve Derek Webster, 1988 mayor of Newcastle upon Tyne Derek
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uses hand claps and synth bleeps as its backdrop. Andrew Rennie of Canadian magazine Now described the instrumentation as "kick drum-heavy", and Joey Guerra
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end of May 1932. Thank You, Jeeves appeared in serial form in the Canadian magazine Family Herald and Weekly Star from 24 March to 11 August 1937, with
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the "hottest summer song" in Germany. In another poll, this time by Canadian magazine Chart, "Summer of '69" was voted the fourth best song of all time
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short fiction by Stella Asling, "To History Unknown," appeared in The Canadian Magazine in 1893. Asling-Riis wrote a serialized epistolary tale, "The Adventures
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(1991) Stewart, George (1899). "Francis Parkman and his Works," The Canadian Magazine 13, pp. 362–368. Tonsor, Stephen (1983). "The Conservative as Historian:
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Mahesh Yogi (1986) p. 530-536 "Tributes were later printed in the Canadian magazine, Enjoy"--"A front page news article in the local Daily Colonist newspaper"
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Cagebird (2005) The Gaslight Dogs (2010) "Culture Shock," ON SPEC: The Canadian Magazine of Speculative Writing (1994) "The Forgotten Ones," So Long Been Dreaming:
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introduced such services as penny postage to the United States, the Canadian magazine post, and cheap postage for the blind. In 1910, Buxton was named president
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and strays from his normal schema in this respect. According The Canadian Magazine, The Landlord at Lion's Head is written too mechanically. The Canadians
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wrote a book on Harradence: Milt Harradence: The Western Flair. Canadian Magazine said of Harradence: "When he strides into a courtroom, Calgary’s Milt
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Letter to Fred Housser. Mavor, James (1926). "William Cruikshank". Canadian Magazine. Murray, Joan (1986). The Best of Tom Thomson. Edmonton: Hurtig.
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Mowat, J. Gordan (September 1905). "Canada and Edinburgh Castle". The Canadian Magazine. Toronto, Canada: Ontario Publishing Company, Limited. 25 (5): 480
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"trigger a little déjà vu." In regard to its multi-camera format, Canadian magazine Maclean's asked, "why would a cool comic pick such an uncool format
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1971). "Time for bed, Kathy. Don't forget to..." Montreal Gazette. Canadian Magazine (weekly insert). p. 20. "Harold O. Kreiner (1920-1999)". La Fédération
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frequently contributing articles on the Canadian art scene to the Canadian Magazine and other periodicals. Harold Mortimer-Lamb died in Burnaby, BC on
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Committee. From 1980 to 1982, she wrote a fitness column for the Canadian magazine, Chatelaine. In 1982, she and Maureen McTeer, supported the first
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consistently bringing the best out of his mentor-turned-protege." Canadian magazine Now gave it three out of five and said, "If you can stomach the contrived
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collective CrimethInc, the Spanish anarchist collective Yomango and the Canadian magazine Adbusters, to be a morally defensible act of corporate sabotage. Researchers
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eligible. Magazine Entries welcomed for any article published by a Canadian magazine. Print articles published exclusively on magazine websites are also
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in London, Beijing and San Francisco Corporate Knights — quarterly Canadian magazine focusing on corporate social and environmental responsibility Earth
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"The Piper"; it was the last poem she completed. Submitted to the Canadian magazine Saturday Night in April, 1942, "The Piper" ran on May 2, 1942, less
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Volume 1. Macmillan and Company. p. 106. Retrieved 1 June 2006. The Canadian Magazine, Volume 1. H. C. Maclean Publications. 1893. p. 569. Retrieved 1 June
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best choice for students seeking a career in policy. Maclean's is a Canadian magazine that publishes the most cited domestic ranking of Canadian universities
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under the board to create the flipping motion. Mullen explained to Canadian magazine, SBC Skateboarding: People were doing the original Kickflips, where
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issues of a comics and science fiction fanzine called Orion: The Canadian Magazine of Time and Space, and later founded Matrix Graphic Series (later
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to journalism. In 1995, he became the editor in chief of Insite, a Canadian magazine of architecture and design, before being hired as the fine-arts editor
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excellent Canadian speculative fiction. A notable controversy in Canadian magazine publishing in recent years has been the existence of split run magazines
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started writing fiction for the British magazine Modern Woman and the Canadian magazine Chatelaine. Nasmyth died in Vancouver, British Columbia, on October
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Canada, with a salary of $187,057. In a first-person account for Canadian magazine Confidence Bound, McCallion credited her faith with giving her energy
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libertarian news and commentary website Literary Review of Canada, a Canadian magazine of book reviews, essays and poetry Longitudinal redundancy check,
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"continues to impress and regress." Other reviews are average or mixed. Canadian magazine Now gave it a score of three out of five and said about Common, "Compared
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General of Canada. Retrieved 2009-01-10.[permanent dead link] SkyNews: The Canadian Magazine of Astronomy and Stargazing The Backyard Astronomer's Guide
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withdrawn from circulation. In a review of Tottle's book in the Ukrainian Canadian Magazine, published by the pro-Communist Association of United Ukrainian Canadians
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Now he's back pitching for the Tigers". The Ottawa Citizen. pp. The Canadian Magazine, pp. 10–12 – via Newspapers.com. "Hiller Through For Year". The Port
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think her husband, Jay-Z, is the luckiest man alive." Leah Collins of Canadian magazine Dose wrote, "It's all very sultry and intimate to a point—that point
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Michel in 2007. Dantec wrote for the conservative French-language Canadian magazine Égards. The novel Cosmos Inc, was published in August 2005 by his
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family and published her first two stories in Canada West and the Canadian Magazine. She published The Winning Game, her first novel, in 1910. Macbeth
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deemed as a bit outdated, but praised the lighting arrangements. Canadian magazine Canoë 7 Jours gave a mixed review, saying "multimedia projections
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issue of the Canadian National Cinema. He also contributed to The Canadian Magazine. After Maclean's magazine, he then later wrote satires for Esquire
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creation of Maritime Art magazine. This publication was the first Canadian magazine with a sole focus on the visual arts. The first issue was published
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Katya Zharkova photographed nude alongside a straight-size model. Canadian magazine LOU LOU has included specifically produced bi-annual plus-size fashion
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is, in the end, moving and compulsively readable". Writing for the Canadian magazine Quill & Quire, Bronwyn Drainie stated that "for the most part, this
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lake monsters in the region alongside Bronson's account. In 1918, Canadian magazine Maclean's reprinted material from an article by Jordan himself in
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The UK decorators have guested many throughout 2010 on CityLine, a Canadian magazine format lifestyle show. Breakfast Television, Citytv, Canada Colin
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but it was never a serious consideration. In an interview with the Canadian magazine M.E.A.T. in December 1992, Layne Staley said about the cover: This
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mask a lack of inventiveness or even plain ol' quality songwriting." Canadian magazine Now also gave it a score of two stars out of five and called it "no-frills
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received attention from the international press, including an article in Canadian magazine Exclaim!. Promotion began in January, with performances by Smith at
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"Pressina's Daughters", Winter 2007/2008, issue No. 71 of ONSPEC: The Canadian Magazine of the Fantastic. "The Danger of Warmth", Crimson Highway 2007. "Cedar
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MacFall, Haldane (1904). "Literary Portraits: Mrs. Humphry Ward". The Canadian Magazine. 23: 497–499. Murry, John Middleton (1918). "The Victorian Solitude"
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1911) 1915 July, in The Canadian Magazine Vol. 45 Florinda's Christmas Eve (23 December 1911) 1918 December, in The Canadian Magazine Vol. 52 The Black Spectre
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captain of the Boston Patriots, heart attack. Doris Saunders, 64, Canadian magazine editor, Order of Canada inductee, Alzheimer's disease. Arthur Widmer
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a Relapse" was first published (as "Rupert Has a Relapse") in the Canadian magazine National Home Monthly in 1949. The following 35 short stories feature
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Freelance Editors Association of Canada Canadian Library Association Canadian Magazine Publishing Association League of Canadian Poets Literary Presses Group
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Award for Best Long Poem, 2014 ISFDB Jones, Donna. "On Spec: The Canadian Magazine Of The Fantastic vol 17 no. 3 # 62 Fall 2005". SF Crowsnest. Archived
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Delmore Brothers tracks, as well as Fontaine Brown's "Big Foot Stomp". Canadian magazine RPM outlined that "[the band's] brand of Western swing music is almost
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I Got a Book for You (2013) Bug in a Vacuum (2015) Quill & Quire. Canadian Magazine Publishers Association. 2005. Questions à... Mélanie Watt. "Mélanie
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Photographic Feature. The WMAF honours and celebrates excellence in western Canadian magazine writing, photography, art direction and illustration. This non-profit
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the Silver Screen". Maclean's. 42: 37. "Moving Making in Canada". Canadian Magazine. 88: 34–35. November 1937. Wise, Wyndham (2001). Take One's Essential
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Crake, which coincided with the SARS outbreak. Playing off this theme Canadian magazine The Walrus, at a fund-raiser gala for its charitable foundation, auctioned
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years 1993 to 1995 they were named vocal group of the year by the Canadian magazine Jazz Report. The choir released a 25-year retrospective album in 2007
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1972). "A lot of people think Kreskin's some kind of mind reader". Canadian Magazine. p. 10. Retrieved 18 June 2015. The Montreal Gazette - Jan 10, 1975
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Rail, NYArts, Rain Taxi, the Spanish publication art.es, and the Canadian magazine D'Art International. Oișteanu is a member of Poets and Writers Inc
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"Paranoid" (2009) and the cover artworks of English rock band Yes. Canadian magazine Dose also compared the video with "Paranoid" due to their similar
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2006-02-08. Archived from the original on March 11, 2009. "Western Canadian magazine publishes Muhammad cartoons" It's all very odd, 'that's for sure'
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symmetrical camera tricks" which "[sell] sex as art". Leah Collins of the Canadian magazine Dose commented that Beyoncé was "gifted with seemingly supernatural
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Marie: a romance of French Canada (1898) 'A Queen of Tatters' in The Canadian Magazine (1905) 'Brant and the Butlers' in the University Magazine (1908) "Catalog
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towards web enhancement. The journal is indexed by, among others, Canadian Magazine Index, Canadian Periodical Index, European Reference Index for the
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ISSN 1480-6231 Online edition: ISSN 1480-624X TRIBE was the first Canadian magazine to go on-line in the country. Launched in 1994 as the digital version
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and others, and many poems, which appeared in the Week (Toronto), Canadian Magazine (Toronto), and other journals, and some of which were contained in
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dazzling. Anna Gaca, writing for Spin, called the album unusual. Canadian magazine Exclaim!, however, critiqued that the album lost focus and compared
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the first time we chose a non-Olympia winner for our cover but as a Canadian magazine, we felt it was very fitting to have Ben on it." Welch explicitly
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MacCallum, James (March 31, 1918). "Tom Thomson: Painter of the North". Canadian Magazine. pp. 375–85. MacDonald, J. E. H. (November 1917). "A Landmark of Canadian
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where his sister, Irene, lived. A story about Hill 70 in the Royal Canadian magazine <pg 8/18 March 2005> says he was working a munitions factory when
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Mowat, Gordon, John Alexander Cooper, and Newton MacTavish, eds. The Canadian Magazine, vol. 11, 1898, p. xli. "fruit salts". Collins English Dictionary
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seven National Magazine Awards, and "Editor of the Year" from the Canadian Magazine Editors Society. His book, The Chinese: Portrait of a People was a
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Notable people with the surname include: Anthony Santelli, Italian-Canadian magazine editor Giorgio Santelli, Italian fencer (1897-1985) Italo Santelli
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enough in their abilities to freely collaborate with other big names." Canadian magazine Now gave the album three stars out of five and said, "The production
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kits of series such as Gundam, Macross and other mecha, actually the Canadian magazine "Mecha Press" published various articles where the writers used 1/144
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singles from which they came. In Hindsight, in a 2016 interview with Canadian magazine Vice, Anderson revealed some regrets over the content of the collection
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of the Year Award. His short story Red Rock and After received the Canadian Magazine Fiction Gold Medal and was reprinted in The Journey Anthology (1990)
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treatment of Canadian subjects. One need only look in issues of The Canadian Magazine from the period to find such poetry in abundance. Knister also attacked
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25-year-olds from around the world as profiled in L'actualité, the French-Canadian magazine.[citation needed] That same year, he was appointed as an ambassador
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Herald. At this time he was also publishing in Saturday Night and the Canadian Magazine. In 1898 he got a job with the American Press Association, moved to
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Cascada anthems undertone is still present in full force. According to Canadian magazine YouThink, the album "captures a whole new audience and captivates
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657. October 5, 1887. "The Electrical Convention at Montreal". The Canadian Magazine of Science and the Industrial Arts. 19 (7). July 1891. "British Medical
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Scott W (22 June 2003). "Rua (Sound Recording Review)". Matrix. Canadian Magazine Publishers Assn. 65: 87(1). ISSN 0318-3610. Steffen, Chris (May 2004)
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McIntosh)" The Lusitania Resource. "Woman's Sphere: A Woman's Club" Canadian Magazine (December 1901): 381-383. "Montreal Woman's Club" and "The Montreal
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way and this is what sets it apart from Maclean's magazine. "New Canadian magazine, Sir John officially launched". CNW. Toronto. 13 July 2007. Retrieved
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(Ryerson Press 1934). William Campbell, "Scottish-Canadian Poetry" Canadian Magazine (June 1907): 175. H. Isabel Graham, "The Crown" The Westminster 8(April
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songs—particularly "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom"—resonate a "fun atmosphere". Canadian magazine Tribute, called "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom" an "upbeat hit". Writing for Out
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Vanguard), a daily newspaper based in Lagos, Nigeria Vanguard, a defunct Canadian magazine Vanguard Press, a publishing label now owned by Random House Portland
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The cast ultimately comprised: Bruce Greenwood as Sean Cambell. The Canadian magazine Maclean's reported in 2002 that Greenwood, a Canadian actor, had joined
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associations of faculty, staff, or students. Academic Matters is a Canadian magazine which publishes articles on issues of relevance to post-secondary
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these sketches back to Canada, and one was included in an issue of Canadian Magazine in 1896. Ford's work in house decoration included furniture, screens
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performances. Markovic, K. (2020, May 20). SERBIAN HERITAGE MUSEUM. Serbian Canadian Magazine, (20) Janisse, D. (2020, March 12). Photos and video: Serbian Heritage
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June 1967 at which time CBC cancelled the series. "Pretty, nice". Canadian magazine. 11 March 1967. pp. 25, 27. Retrieved 30 April 2012. Rollason, Kevin
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1903). "Burning of the Parliament Buildings at Montreal in 1849". Canadian Magazine. XX (6): 501–7. Retrieved April 29, 2012. John Douglas Borthwick.
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"Unpleasantness at Kozy Kot" was illustrated by Jack Bush in the Canadian magazine Star Weekly in 1959. The British version of the Reggie Pepper story
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at the Canadian National Magazine Awards, the largest prize for a Canadian magazine. Outpost has distinguished itself in the travel world by sending teams
Artistic development of Tom Thomson (5,318 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
MacCallum, James (31 March 1918). "Tom Thomson: Painter of the North". Canadian Magazine. pp. 375–85. Robson, Albert H. (1932). Canadian Landscape Painters
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Vol. XXXIV, pp. 367–379. (1893). "State Education and 'Isms'," The Canadian Magazine, Vol. II, No. 1, pp. 3–7. (1895). "Kidd on 'Social Revolution'," The
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Peninsula—Waterloo, 1808-15; also Moore's campaign of Corunna (1914) The Canadian magazine. 14(6), April 1900, p. 502. "The Royal Hospital: Paymasters General
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Equity, and Respect for Difference (PDF). UBC Press. pp. 170–171. The Canadian Magazine and Literary Repository, Volume 1. University of Minnesota: N. Mower
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(NY: Oxford University Press, 1997), x. "Literature in Canada." The Canadian Magazine, XIV, 1 (November 1899), 3-7. Wertheim, Stanley (1997). A Stephen
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Dominion Illustrated, Grip, The Week, Evangelical Churchman, and the Canadian Magazine. She also published women's-suffrage articles in British and American
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although he supported Bernie Sanders in 2016. Writing in 2018 in the Canadian magazine "Humanist Perspectives", he warned about the growing radicalism of
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publication now in the public domain: Cooper, John Alexander (1907). The Canadian Magazine (Public domain ed.). Ontario Publishing Company, Limited. This article
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Saxophonist, Composer of Most Performed Canadian Opera – Obituary and Concert Review by Andrew Timar on the blog of the Canadian magazine The WholeNote.
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"strikingly original." Summarizing Leaming's career as a biographer, the Canadian magazine Maclean's wrote in 2014 that "Leaming has built a formidable reputation
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Oxford English Dictionary dates this term to 1914 in Maclean's, a Canadian magazine. An older term, "hot from the bat" dates to the 1888 play Meisterschaft
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in his books". Irish Independent, August 3, 2008. Quill & Quire. Canadian Magazine Publishers Association. 2008. "Gay writing for women still a small
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creates an atmosphere more than a linear story." Leah Collins of the Canadian magazine Dose commented that in the video, "Welch is the sort of gal who busts
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Toronto and eventually became associate editor and staff writer for the Canadian magazine Chatelaine. Mollie published numerous articles for this women's magazine
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57 (Fall/Winter 2005): 65-85. W. T. Allison, "A New Canadian Poet" Canadian Magazine (February 1907): 404-408. John William Garvin, ed., Canadian Poems
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copy of the book in 1980. unsigned review "Canadian Fiction" The Canadian Magazine Vol. VIII No. 3 (January, 1897); p. 284 Ketterer, David, Canadian
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1992) p.139 "Biographical sketch of the late Alexander Henry, esq.," Canadian Magazine and Literary Repository (Montreal), 2 (January–June 1824) The Grand
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believed they were influenced by Aardman Animations, and Brendan Frye of Canadian magazine CGMagazine likewise thought the animation is similar to Wallace and
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he trained gym clients. In 2008, he wrote a fitness column for the Canadian magazine abOUT before it ceased operations in 2011. In 2011, he moved to San
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1957, p. 1. Lally Bernard, "The Ladies Empire Club of London", The Canadian Magazine, Vol. 23, No. 4 (July 1904), pp. 195-199. https://womanandhersphere
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Poetry, Outlook, Independent, Dalhousie Review, Queen's Quarterly, and Canadian Magazine. She also published three books: Moonlight and Common Day Dream Tapestries
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841–843. Cooper, J.A. (1896). "Mrs. Ward's New Novel: A Review," The Canadian Magazine, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 179–181. Elliot, Arthur D. (1897). "Sir George
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SiriusXM competition Canada's Top Comic. She was a regular columnist for Canadian magazine BeatRoute in 2015-16, writing the series Been There Done That: Questionable
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Us : Masthead Online - Headline News, Careers and Reference for the Canadian Magazine Industry". www.mastheadonline.com. Retrieved July 6, 2021. IEPA Seeks
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vehicles such as El País, PlayGround and the Castilian edition of the US-Canadian magazine Vice. La Sandunguera received positive reviews from music critics
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June 2020.[citation needed] On 15 March 2021, in an interview with Canadian magazine Brutal Reality Digest, Polák confirmed that the band will resume their
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became the editor of Magazine Digest in Montreal and Women's editor of Canadian Magazine. In addition, Campbell published numerous articles in Chatelaine,
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