CTV News at Noon
Vikram Vij is a celebrated chef with a book about his life called Vij: A Chef's One-Way Ticket to Canada with Indian Spices in his Suitcase.
Two best friends and food writers spent five months travelling across Canada to gather food stories for their book Feast: Recipes and Storie
Concordia University's André Gagné is an editor of the book about the causes and goals of terrorism
Donald Cuccioletta on his reading choices for political lovers
Jonathan Cheung of Appetite for Books with his recommendations for the chef in your life
Sylvie Dagenais-Douville of Montreal’s Laughing Institute is behind Mon premier livre de yoga du rire
Montreal’s mistress of the macabre has a new book of short stories
Miranda Esmonde-White writes about chronic pain
Noah Richler has written a book about his experience as an NDP candidate in Toronto
Senator Andre Pratte and Jonathan Kay edited the book that profiles influential figures from history.
Musician Myles Goodwyn of the band April Wine has a new book out about his life and his band. It’s called ‘Just Between You and Me’
Charles Bronfman, familiar to Montrealers through the Expos, Seagrams and Heritage Munites, has written a memoir called Distilled.
The Canadian-born comic wrote about his homeland
The only Quebec to have ever climbed both faces of Everest, Gabriel Filippi has written a book called The Escapist.
Doctors Joseph Hanaway and John Burgess have written a history of the Montreal General Hospital
Legendary wrestler Rowdy Roddy Piper was known for flamboyance, but his children and biographers knew a different side to the man.
Journalist Pascale Navarro talks about her book 'Women and Power: The Case for Parity.'
Ross King’s book Mad Enchantment is also a story about war, friendship and getting old.
A new book from Naomi Duguid documents a cook's travels through the former Persian empire.
Author Daniel Levitin on his new book about critical thinking