Dr. John Bart earned his medical degree from the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine in the UK in 1969, and lived and worked as a family physician in Toronto. He had degree in comparative vertebrate anatomy. He was an original member of the Toronto HIV Primary Care Physicians Group and the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE). He was married, with five children and seven grandchildren. Middenrammers was his first book.
Our feminist-bent Bingemas picks are for all the giftees on your list who will stand in protest of gender inequality, absorb period dramas like Call the Midwife, and go MIA when the next season of The Handmaid's Tale airs (and who can blame them?).
In advance of World Day of Social Justice on February 20, we’re fully embracing the SJW* moniker and recognizing books that further conversations around social justice. Check out our top 10* picks!
*as if this is a pejorative term
*the order of this list is not a reflection ... Read more
Both books in this month's Read This, Then That take us back to the 1970s to look at women's rights and social justice issues. While both titles are very obviously set in the 70s (no cell phones or Facebook in these books), they each could very easily have been set today as ... Read more
If you're in Toronto this week - you're in luck! There're tons of launches and readings happening in Ontario's capital.
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