CTV News at Five
Author Jennifer Fraser talks about her book ‘The Bullied Brain: Heal Your Scars and Restore Your Health.’”
Writer and historian Russell Potter brings back to life more than 100 naval officers and sailors who mysteriously disappeared at sea.
Author and activist Maude Barlow discusses her book 'Still Hopeful: Lessons From a Lifetime of Activism.'
Cold, Cold Bones is the 21st novel in the series featuring forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan.
Author Steven High explores Montreal's history from industrial centre to gentrified, high-rise neighbourhoods.
Ilya Razykov with Saga Bookstore talks about the special place small bookstores have in local communities.
In her new book, 'In the Crook of the Frangipani Tree,' Pat Hardt muses about the times she would daydream as a young girl.
Political scientist Donald Cuccioletta shares his book gift suggestions for the political aficionado in your life.
Comedian Ron James talks about the inspiration behind his new book, 'All over the map… rambles and ruminations from the Canadian road.'
Adrian Raeside talks about the multidimensional messages of his cartoons, often considered a must-read for anyone who loves dogs.
Comedian and author Rick Mercer shares the stories behind his latest book, Rick Mercer: Talking to Canadians.
Jean-Philippe Cyr is a practising Buddhist who cares deeply about how what we eat affects the planet. He offers vegan recipes not just for vegans, but also for people who would like to reduce the amount of meat they eat.
Author Julie Daniluk talks about recipes for comfort food that are sugar free.
The latest book from award-winning Quebec author Kim Thuy offers to shed more light on the Vietnam war.
The events of 9/11 raised a myriad of questions for young Muslims, including Omar Mouallem who dived into his thought by writing a book.
Giller prize winning author Ian Williams dives into what it means to be Black in the world and how difficult it can be to talk about race.
Cathy Keays discusses her new book on the contributions of the Women's Art Society of Montreal to the art world.
Peter Pan was forever immortalized in the Disney movie, but the original tale was much darker and not meant for children.
Forensic anthropologist, author and 'Bones' producer Kathy Reichs takes a dive into her new book, 'The Bone Code.'
Madame Labriski, the alter-ego of entrepreneur, marathoner and mother Meriane Labrie, has declared a war on sugar -- refined sugar, that is.