Arabic writing on police cruisers in London, Ont., angers Americans
Although the decals have been on London Police Service cruisers for at least nine years, a recent Facebook post about Arabic writing on patrol car has resulted in many angry phone calls from Americans upset over the apparent "Islamization of Canada.
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Canadian Writers' Summit to bring disparate authors together
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It sometimes seems as if there are as many writers' organizations and associations in Canada as there are writers. If you write mysteries, for instance, you might belong to Crime Writers of Canada; SF Canada, according to its website, ?exists to foster ...

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'Writing is truly my healing': Susan Aglukark's 25 years in the arts
In 1993, EMI Music Canada signed Aglukark to a worldwide distribution contract, which launched her career as a professional musician. But Aglukark said she struggled with the decision to sign the record deal. "I was coasting, I was just tagging along ...

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