We collectively felt the weight of winter lift off us this week, as the sun shone longer and brighter and people pumped their fists yelling “we made it over the hump!” Okay that last part probably didn’t happen, but that's what it felt like. This week also brought the end of #aluneverforget and the rise of Orwell’s 1984. Get the details, below.
If you’ve been following along with us all month, you’ve already seen our
Forget-Me-Not features where we got historical with a feature book about under-represented moments of Canada’s distant and near past.
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