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Our Violent National Game

The great hockey debate continues

Pax Atlantica

NATO’s long-lasting relevance

Rona Maynard

Rona Maynard is a memoirist (My Mother’s Daughter, McClelland and Stewart, 2007), speaker and teacher of memoir writing. She has been a mental health advocate since 1997, when she was editor of Chatelaine.

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The Fight of Her Life

A firebrand journalist wages war with her newspaper and herself September 2012
When The Globe and Mail launched a 28-part series on mental illness in June 2008, I was one of countless readers who felt like cheering. Those of us who had struggled with an illness of the mind—in my case depression—had been waiting for the day when our invisible affliction would command equal time with heart disease and…