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Taste Canada food writing awards announced
InsideHalton.com
"The Flavour Principle" by Lucy Waverman and Beppi Crosariol, Globe and Mail columnists, is shown in a handout photo. Food writers in English and French took home awards for their written work from Taste Canada's presentation Monday. THE CANADIAN ...
Jennifer Bain wins Taste Canada award for Toronto Star CookbookToronto Star
Taste Canada awards pay tribute to the Cookbook StoreQuill & Quire (blog)

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Canadian government threatens bird watchers for writing concerned letter about ...
Boing Boing
Dave writes, "A birdwatching group sent a letter to two federal cabinet ministers citing concerns over the effects of certain chemicals on the life of bees. Shortly thereafter, they received a threatening letter from Revenue Canada telling them to stop ...


Danny St Pierre among Taste Canada winners
Montreal Gazette
TORONTO ? A pair of Globe and Mail newspaper columnists and a Quebec chef have won this year's Taste Canada food writing awards for their cookbooks. Food writer Lucy Waverman and wine specialist Beppi Crosariol, led this year's English cookbook ...

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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.

The ideal ECW essay focuses on a problem or an issue of interest to people involved in the reading of Canadian writing, and does so in a style that is engaging and direct. Our aim is to publish original, challenging, and factually accurate research on all periods and genres of Canadian writing. ECW encourages the publication of detailed review essays of new books by and about Canadian writers or about theoretical issues connected with the study and appreciation of Canadian Literature. The journal also supports the publication of interviews and bibliographies devoted to Canadian literary topics. Essays of any length will be considered.

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