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Paper Rout

Postmedia in the gutter

Past Trauma

Richard Wagamese and an Indigenous literary resurgence

Family Pride

Profiles in gay life

George Galt

George Galt is the author of the novel Scribes and Scoundrels (ECW Press, 1997). Some reviewers insisted that one of its characters closely resembled Conrad Black.

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George Galt

Untutored Brilliance

Al Purdy, a product of homemade education, was one of the best poets this country ever produced. November 2004
Armed with his powerful intellect, his cattle-prod invective and the ornate prose that can make him sound like an incensed 18th-century pamphleteer, Conrad Black has from the beginning of his authorial career chosen subjects that have given him an advantageous platform for his conservative views. He established his bona fides as a historian in 1977 with Duplessis