Rick Doyon
Rick Doyon is the author of the ‘Upcountry Series,’ which he has concluded with his latest novel, The Beginning Game.
Jan 20, 2017 | Add Comment | Kingston Heritage

Howe Island author releases final novel in ‘Upcountry’ series

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News – When R.M. Doyon completed Thou Torturest Me, the sequel to his first novel, Upcountry, he...

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Books | Jan 20, 2017

Deal struck to allow ebook discounts in Canada

3 ebook publishers and Apple reach new deal with Canadian competition authorities

Columns | Jan 19, 2017
Bill Davis

Being Bill Davis — not just bland but bold: Cohn

Bill Davis understood that politics is the art of the possible, and that the perfect is the enemy of the good

OurWindsor.Ca | by Martin Regg Cohn
Books | Jan 19, 2017
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Two Boyden appearances cancelled in wake of controversy

City of Edmonton scraps Joseph Boyden's slot at Winter Cities Shake-Up event

Celebrity | Jan 19, 2017
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J.K. Rowling writes through the pain

J.K. Rowling put her creativity over her own health when she jumped out of the bath and typed out her new ideas for an hour...

Books | Jan 19, 2017
Crippled America

Trump wrote the book on bonkers: Menon

Since reality is now optional under Donald Trump, I interviewed his book.

Hamilton Spectator | by Vinay Menon
WhatsOn | Jan 12, 2017
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Author sorry for being 'too vocal' on indigenous issues

Boyden sorry 'for taking up too much airtime' in discussing indigenous issues: CBC

Jan 05, 2017

Milton author celebrates launch of first children's book

MILTON – Bobbi M. Wright recently marked the release of her first children’s book, The Princess and The Whale, with a book...

Milton Canadian Champion | Add Comment
Jan 04, 2017

Wonder, a surprising delight for readers young and old

Wonder is a runaway hit from first-time novelist R.J. Palacio. I will admit I was not immediately sold on the premise—it is...

Parry Sound North Star | Add Comment | by Sarah Cassidy
Jan 03, 2017

The good fight: Mastering negotiation tactics and the art of conflict in 2017

Hal Movius argues that conflict can produce beneficial outcomes and make relationships better — but only if it is dealt with...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Laura Beeston
Dec 30, 2016

Months after Twitter banned him for racist comments, Milo Yiannopoulos inks $250K book deal, reports say

Reports of the deal sparked outrage that a major publisher would work with Yiannopoulos after his racist and sexist comments...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Megan Dolski
Dec 29, 2016

A pink purse inspires book on diversity, equity and inclusion

OAKVILLE - What’s small, feathery, fluffy, soft and pink?

Oakville Beaver | Add Comment | by John Bkila
Dec 20, 2016

U of G prof’s book makes Canada Reads longlist

A University of Guelph philosophy professor is in the running for the 2017 Canada Reads.

Guelph Mercury | Add Comment
Dec 19, 2016

Book of supposed van Gogh sketches launches despite allegations of fakery

Doubt about their authenticity is common, but not at Sunday’s book launch in Toronto for the sketches

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Peter Goffin
Dec 17, 2016

Bowmanville author DiDi LeMay breathing new life and language into old work

DURHAM — Children’s independent book author DiDi LeMay has taken an old work penned in Dutch and translated it into English...

Clarington This Week | Add Comment | by Ian McMillan
Dec 15, 2016

U of G prof Lawrence Hill among NAACP Image Award nominees

University of Guelph professor Lawrence Hill is among the nominees for the 48th annual NAACP Image Awards. Hill was...

Guelph Mercury | Add Comment
Dec 13, 2016

Cabbagetown author's latest book recognized by Bermuda National Library

Cabbagetown resident Eric Murphy's latest novel – the third in a series – has earned a place of honour with the Bermuda...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Justin Skinner

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