Pet Of The Week
- It’s 90 more days for the state of emergency (44)
- Disagreement on time issue keeps on ticking (39)
- Budget features record capital spending (16)
- Territory striking out on seniors’ vaccines: report (15)
- Independent living complex receives major funding boost (14)
- Movie crew begins production (14)
- Councillor announces mayoral bid, Patti Balsillie also candidate (14)
- RCMP unperturbed by 2019 crime statistics (11)
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February 12, 2021
- Fielding The Pitches Hostess Naomi Mark, along with Melania Sheldon, not seen, streaming remotely from Teslin, is seen Tuesday evening at the Available Light Film Festival studio for the ALFF Pitch Event.
- When Nero Wolfe came out of his retirement (Bookends) Rex Stout produced 33 novels and 39 novellas in the Nero Wolfe series between 1934 and 1975, ending not long before he died with A Family Affair.
February 5, 2021
- Hubble Pet Of The Week
- The adventure of the precious magazine (Bookends) There are so many Sherlock Holmes pastiches out there that the Conan Doyle estate can’t keep up.
January 29, 2021
- Chanel Pet Of The Week
- Two cases involving masters of deception (Bookends) The first thing to be said about the fifth Cormoran Strike/Robin Ellacott book is that a number of reviewers seem to have approached it with an eye to detecting some elements of Rowling’s musings about trans people in the text.
January 22, 2021
- Theia Pet Of The Week
- Coming to grips with the denizens of the otherworld (Bookends) The best known of Charles de Lint’s work is set in and around a fictional town called Newford.
- Still On-Stage The annual Go Nuts show,
January 15, 2021
- Manouane Pet Of The Week
- Castle reinterpreted for the written word (Bookends) Castle, described as a crime-comedy-drama (or dramedy) series, ran from the spring of 2009 to the spring of 2016.
January 8, 2021
- Tracking the many deceptions of Aunt Lydia (Bookends) If you’ve been feeling that you might need to read, or reread, Atwood’s classic 1985 novel, The Handmaid’s Tale, before venturing into its 2019 sequel, you can set your mind at ease.
- Kitty Pet Of The Week
December 30, 2020
- Where we are now and how we got here (Bookends) While many history books would be crammed full of dates and the details of specific events, Harari’s text contains what might be thought of as a 60,000-foot view of its subject.