In 2005, photographer Jean Crankshaw first walked in her grandfather's footsteps in the fields of France. Her images of Canadian World War I battlefields have been exhibited in Hamilton and Dundas, Ontario.
Memoirs, stories, and poetry are one of the main ways we are able to remember the sacrifices made by all of the brave and selfless people who have fought to keep our country safe. This has increasingly become the case as all the veterans from the First World War are gone and ... Read more
Poet Sue Sinclair returns to her Newfoundland roots, reading in Cornerbrook; the Tree Reading Series in Ottawa features poets Catherine Graham and Souvankham Thammavongsa; Will Starling by Ian Weir launches in Victoria — and more, this week in book events.
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