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Monday marks the beginning of Black History Month, and while celebrations are different this year, they’re just as meaningful.
Political scientist Graham Dodds goes through his top political books of this very busy year.
CTV's political analyst Graham Dodds weighs in with his top five political books from 2020 -- ones people may want to curl up with over the holidays.
Musician and storyteller Alan Doyle is out with a new book: A Newfoundlander's Light Tales for Heavy Times.
If you're one of the millions of people who've taken up baking during the pandemic, Anna Olson has some expert advice.
Author Sharon Kirsch discusses her memoir ‘The Smallest Objective,’ which chronicles her relationship with her Alzheimer's-stricken mother.
Once trashed by wine snobs, Chardonnay is back. Wine expert and author Natalie Maclean with tips on how it should be served.
Terry Mosher, better known as Aislin, remembers the great cartoonist Duncan Macpherson in his book 'Professional Heckler'
Mandy and Rebecca Wolfe, the sisters behind Mandy's Salads restaurant chain, have published a book of recipes for lettuce and life.
Stressed about your finances due to the pandemic? You’re not alone. Financial advisor and author Mary Haberman has some advice.
Author Saleema Nawaz's new book "Songs for the End of the World" is about a coronavirus plague with shocking similarities to the modern pandemic. The author started work on it in 2013.
What are we missing in the conversation about skin colour? Author Desmond Cole on his new book 'The Skin We're In'
Unlikely fitness expert Oonagh Duncan on her book "Health as F**k: The Habits you need to get lean, stay healthy and kick a** at life"
Former Olympic diver Sylvie Bernier is pushing for safety regulations for wilderness tours following the death of her nephew while canoeing
The new book ABC-MTL gives us a view into all the things we love about Montreal, through the eyes of a child.
Amy Fish, author of I Wanted Fries With That: How to Ask for What You Want and Get What You Need, on the art of complaining effectively
Political junkies are in for a treat this year. In what's become an annual tradition, political analyst Donald Cuccioletta offers his book suggestions.
It's not a bad idea to step back from social media and enjoy some fun books, says author and educator Stephanie Deslauriers.
Author Carmen Maria Machado explains her new memoir 'In the Dream House,' a story of rage and violence in a relationship between two women.
On the 30th anniversary of the Ecole Polytechnique massacre, a new book is sharing stories of the victims and looking back at the women's movement in Quebec.