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Untying the Knot

A new book untangles historical confusion and contemporary anxieties about marriage

Thou Art Anxious

Decisions, decisions

Keep in Touch

Why digital connections can’t sustain health, happiness or politics

Anthony Furey

Anthony Furey is a columnist for Sun Media and the chain’s national comment editor. He’s written for various other publications including TIME and The Times Literary Supplement. Find him online @anthonyfurey.

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Anthony Furey

Forward Motion

A new book charts a path forward for aboriginal peoples. April 2016
Canada has had its fair share of grand plans to improve the lives of aboriginal peoples. In 1969, Pierre Trudeau gave us the now controversial white paper. In 1996 the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples was released, mostly being ignored by politicians. In 2005 Paul Martin’s ambitious Kelowna Accord fell apart. These were the headline…

A Beltway Education

An insider's satirical take on Washington backstabbing, boozing and hustle July–August 2012
In a recent Maclean’s column, Barbara Amiel explained how she has come to see herself the way others portray her: “After the first 500 or so articles describing our collective faults in general and my particular nastiness, one gets the point and I’ll make a confession: after a while you come to believe it … In spite of all I know about the…

Haunted Legacy

Striking new theatre explores the wreckage of a war-torn century. December 2009