Archive: Imprint season 14 episode 19


On this show: feature interview with Barbara Gowdy: The Ontario writer and two-time Giller nominee, writes about love in all its variations in her latest novel The Romantic. Early reviews call this Gowdy's best novel yet. The Lives of the Muses: Would we have Alice in Wonderland if Lewis Carroll had not been inspired by the beauty of his next door neighbour? Where would John Lennon be without Yoko Ono? Francine Prose tells the stories of nine artists and the women who inspired them. Various writers tell us about their muse. The Good Women of China: Ontario writer Jan Wong meets Xinran, a Chinese expat journalist who wrote a searing book about the plight of women in Maoist China.
Jul 14, 2003
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The latest coronavirus updates from across the province. updates Ontarians on federal election news relevant to the province. 
ANALYSIS: Whichever party wins on September 20, it’ll need to deal with right-wing populism — and a belief that government institutions do not represent “real people.”
According to recent counts, there are 43 long-term water advisories and 14 short-term advisories in Ontario. What does that mean, and do the numbers tell the whole story?
Every Friday, rounds up the federal-election news that matters to Ontarians.

OPINION: Premier Jason Kenney has managed to blunder into a new COVID-19 wave more serious than any his province has faced before. We have to learn from that if we’re going to get out of this.