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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

Morgan Campbell

Morgan Campbell spent eighteen years with the Toronto Star. He’s now at work on his first book.

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An Act of Protest

Desmond Cole says his piece July | August 2020
Around the time he departed the Toronto Star in May 2017, leaving behind a column that brought him a wide audience if not big money, Desmond Cole was pressed to confront a question: Was he a journalist or an activist? To the people who doubted Cole’s fitness to write for the Star

Delay of Game

When the NFL refused black players, the CFL stood up June 2019
The winter after his debut ­season with the Montreal Alouettes, Herb Trawick, the Canadian Football League’s first African American player, noticed something unusual, but also something searingly familiar. Trawick was twenty-­five and a two-way lineman who had signed with the Alouettes after playing college ball at the historically black Kentucky State University. He moved to Montreal in…