Archive: Imprint season 14 episode 22


On this show: Judith Fitzgerald is an Ontario writer who has struggled for years to make a living on meager advances and government grants that barely cover the rent. Do we provide enough support to Canadian writers? And where can struggling writers go for help? Feature interview with travel writer and novelist Pico Iyer. He once called himself a "global village on two legs." Born in London to Indian parents, Iyer has journeyed all over the world, and now lives in both America and Japan. The writer says he has a "global soul." A crash course on RUMI: The 13th century mystic is the bestselling poet of all time.
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ANALYSIS: The new government will need to find ways to increase understanding of the importance of our public institutions. Here are some key challenges it should keep in mind. speaks with a New Democrat about popular leaders, close losses, and why the party is ready for the next election. speaks with a Conservative official about close races, communications struggles — and why the party should have gone negative “sooner and harder.”

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.

OPINION: If the party wants to avoid a worse outcome next time around, it needs to convince voters it’s about more than a leader who wants to be prime minister.
OPINION: The Tories once again won more votes than the Liberals but failed to win more seats. That doesn’t mean they need a change at the top.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.

If the prime minister learns from the former premier’s example, he could find a road back to majority government. updates Ontarians on federal election news relevant to the province.