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Pax Atlantica

NATO’s long-lasting relevance

The Melmac Years

My peculiar resin d’être

Kenneth Kidd

Kenneth Kidd is a Toronto writer whose work for the Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star has garnered National Magazine and National Newspaper awards. His memoir, “Fishing ’round My Father,” was part of the anthology, Casting Quiet Waters: Reflections on Life and Fishing, edited by Jake MacDonald (Greystone, 2014).

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Book Value

Redemption, shame and the bargain-bin sale of a cultural icon June 2017
In 2016, while researching her new book, The Handover: How Bigwigs and Bureaucrats Transferred Canada’s Best Publisher and the Best Part of Our Literary Heritage to a Foreign Multinational, Elaine Dewar interviewed retired accountant Ronald Scott. Years earlier, while at Ernst & Young, Scott had penned an opinion on the market value of Canada’s most venerated…