Vancouver Sun

Taste Canada announces short list for culinary writing awards set for September
Vancouver Sun
TORONTO - Canadian food authors are being recognized for covering topics as wide-ranging as getting children to eat what's put in front of them, beer appreciation, and the inspiration for cuisine in such far-flung regions as Quebec and Vancouver Island.
Julian Armstrong makes Taste Canada short list for culinary writing awardsMontreal Gazette

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Canada Day: Eileen Battersby's guide to Canada's best writers
Irish Times
No human lifetime would yield sufficient time to explore the beauties of the Canadian landscape. It is so vast that not even its three million lakes appear to cram it. Canada offers clean air, open spaces, the wonders of the Aurora Borealis up in the ...

Quill & Quire (blog)

Lawrence Hill among writers honoured with Order of Canada
Quill & Quire (blog)
lawrence-hill Author Lawrence Hill has been appointed to the Order of Canada for his writing representing black history in Canada and for his charitable efforts to help girls and women in Africa through the Aminata Fund, named for The Book of Negroes ...
Q&A: Lawrence Hill talks his appointment to the Order of CanadaCBC.ca

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Essays on Canadian Writing was established in 1974 as a scholarly journal of criticism and review devoted to the study of Canadian literature. We are receptive to all critical approaches and to all theoretical modes of inquiry. Submissions are welcome in English and French.

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