Archive: Imprint season 14 episode 24


On this show: literary icon Virginia Woolf is back on everyone's radar screen, thanks to Hollywood and the Oscar nominated film The Hours. Is this recent bout of literary celebrity a good thing? Or does it tarnish the reputation of an icon? Studio debate with Lesley Higgins from York University, and Bronwyn Drainie from the Literary Review of Canada. Meet Newfoundland writer Lisa Moore. She emerged from relative obscurity to become a Giller nominee last year. Moore discusses Open, the book of short stories that put her on the shortlist. Reading for the Love of It: Ontario writer Linwood Barclay is the guest speaker at a teacher's conference on literacy.
Aug 25, 2003
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Extremely Likely speaks with an anonymous Liberal official about a lack of preparedness, close races, and why the results didn’t come as a surprise.

OPINION: Justin Trudeau’s election win means the carbon tax is here to stay. Does Ford really want him to take all the credit for climate policy?

This summer, nearly 4,000 people across six First Nations were evacuated due to forest fires. As climate change intensifies, how will government act?

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.

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.