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Acclaimed Canadian writer Alistair MacLeod dies at 77
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Alistair MacLeod, the Prairie-born author who won one of the world's most lucrative literary prizes with his only novel, has died. He was 77. MacLeod was known for his short stories and his novel "No Great Mischief," winner of the 2001 IMPAC Dublin ...
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Canadian author Alistair MacLeod dies at 77Toronto Star
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National Post

Morrissey compares seal hunt to Auschwitz in latest rant against 'Canada's ...
National Post
... of the hunt as humane. After Doucet issued a response to the National Post condemning Morrissey's statements, the singer once again took to his blog, writing in a post titled ?Canada: Right of reply? late Wednesday that the response was ?slightly ...
Morrissey vs. Canada: Singer Urges Canada to Stop Seal HuntingCrave Online

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Writers' Trust introduces new $25K Canadian poetry prize
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The Latner Writers' Trust Poetry Prize, sponsored by the Latner Family Foundation and administered by the Writers' Trust, will recognize a mid-career Canadian poet's "exceptional body of work" and "hope of future contributions to Canadian poetry ...



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