Archive: Imprint season 14 episode 20


Imprint delves into the problem of "aliteracy". Statistics show that smart, educated people aren't reading books as much as they used to. Should we be concerned? What are the consequences to our culture? Discussion with Ontario author and psychologist Catherine Gildiner and Ontario writer Russell Smith. Feature interview with pre-eminent Chinese American writer Maxine Hong Kingston. After a lifetime of producing groundbreaking novels, she talks about turning her creative juices to poetry. Medieval Book Curses: Back in the middle ages, books were inscribed with a curse to ward off would-be robbers. Today, Ontario librarian and artist Eric Sangwine has revived these book curses in his art, and is spreading the message through his day job at the Oshawa library.
Jul 28, 2003
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Extremely Likely speaks with the editor of “Road Today” about the Ottawa protest, the South Asian trucking community — and the issues the media should actually be focusing on.
A court loss for the province, online gambling, and big consulting fees.
Amid Omicron, this Ontario hospital has decided to suspend its vax mandate — but experts say that could do more harm than good.
OPINION: Ontario’s planning policies have repeatedly centred on projections that don’t pan out. A new report outlines the problem — and suggests some fixes.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province. 

Two years into the pandemic, this U of T psychology professor is less optimistic about our ability to “snap back.”

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.

OPINION: I told a joke on CBC Radio and got an angry email from a white listener. Turns out, I’m the one who’s privileged.
ANALYSIS: No one knows whether it’s possible. No one knows how much we could store if it is. But the southwest may be fertile ground for carbon sequestration.