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Orphan Black’ wins big at Canadian Screen Awards – Thestar.com

March 12, 2017 The Canadian Screen Awards felt more like the Tatiana Maslany/”Orphan Black” Awards — but film dramas “It’s Only the End of the World” and “Race” also did well. Tatiana Maslany might have wished she really could clone herself Sunday night, as she won Best Actress awards for both her TV and film […]

by ahnationtalk on March 13, 2017236 Views

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D&M authors featured on BC Book Prizes shortlists

March 08, 2017 Each year, the BC Book Prizes honour the best books published by BC authors, showcasing excellence in fiction, poetry, children’s literature, non-fiction, regional awareness and BC publishing. This year’s shortlists have been announced, and Douglas & McIntyre is thrilled to see our books recognised in two of these categories. Wade Davis: Photographs, […]

by pmnationtalk on March 10, 2017287 Views

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Black Spruce Bog plays last show this Saturday – Prince George Citizen

March 9, 2017 Just before opening the door to the basement rehearsal space, the sounds of Black Spruce Bog leak through to meet you. It isn’t even music. It’s laughter. Walking through that door knowing this is the end can catch a mental thread and unravel a bit. Black Spruce Bog… done, no more, calling […]

by ahnationtalk on March 10, 2017229 Views

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CBC’s CANADA: THE STORY OF US brings a nation’s history to life starting March 26

March 7, 2017 Ten-part docu-drama series kicks off CBC’s season of special 2017 programming Featuring commentary from notable Canadians including Susan Aglukark, Lorne Cardinal, Paul Gross, Eugene Levy, Duncan McCue, Peter Mansbridge, Tatiana Maslany, Rick Mercer, Candy Palmater, Jennifer Podemski, Christopher Plummer, Lilly Singh and David Suzuki CANADA: THE STORY OF US, an epic 10 […]

by ahnationtalk on March 7, 2017201 Views

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Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend: March 2, 2017 – Inside Vancouver

March 2, 2017 It’s March, the first hints of spring are starting to push their way through, and Vancouver’s talented locals are alongside international stars this weekend to help us warm up. There are two dance festivals this weekend, and there is music that ranges from punk to metal to French fiddles to Korean hip […]

by ahnationtalk on March 2, 2017241 Views

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Canada’s leading indigenous chef to host pop-up dinners in Vancouver with Truth and Reconciliation on the menu – The Georgia Straight

Former Top Chef competitor Rich Francis designed the Cooking for Reconciliation series Former Top Chef Canada finalist Rich Francis is considered the country’s leading First Nations culinary talent, and he’s on a mission to redefine Aboriginal cuisine. That pursuit will bring him to Vancouver this weekend, when he’s hosting a series of pop-up dinners. Francis, […]

by ahnationtalk on March 1, 2017188 Views

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Surrey celebrates Canada 150

February 21, 2017 Surrey, BC – In celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation, the City of Surrey is set to be the City of Festivals this year. To honour this historic birthday, Surrey will be proudly showcasing our national and civic pride with premier concerts, festivals and community events all throughout our city. “Surrey […]

by ahnationtalk on February 22, 2017225 Views

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Eden Robinson’s Son of a Trickster, reviewed: At her untidy best – The Globe and Mail

Feb. 10, 2017 Eden Robinson’s first book, the 1996 short-story collection Traplines, is the CanLit equivalent of a beloved punk band’s untouchable debut. It also demonstrated that Robinson loves a good mess. The book is a ragged, relentlessly dark minor classic full of bored First Nations kids whose lives are marked by fights, bad sex […]

by ahnationtalk on February 10, 2017256 Views

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Why it took Eden Robinson eight years to write her new novel – CBC

If you’ve ever felt like you’ve bitten off more than you can chew, Eden Robinson can relate. Her long-awaited new novel, Son of a Trickster, started out as a very, very short story… and now it’s the first book in a trilogy. In her own words, the acclaimed author of Monkey Beach talks about finding […]

by ahnationtalk on February 9, 2017196 Views

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Outdoor show kicks off Coldsnap – Prince George Citizen

It’s winter, it’s Prince George, so there is music in the air alongside the chill. A free outdoor concert in the Canada Games Plaza is scheduled to kick off the annual Coldsnap Music Society. After that, a long line of folky, jazzy, bluesy acts will heat up the early February calendar. Sue Judge, the artistic […]

by ahnationtalk on February 2, 2017262 Views

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