Plus, local paper The Low Down to Hull and Back breaks national story and PSG Senator Patricia Bovey celebrates new artwork featured in the Senate.
Five to watch for, nerds: Making Middle-Class Multiculturalism: Immigration Bureaucrats and Policymaking in Postwar Canada; Commodity Politics: Contesting Responsibility in Cameroon; Deep Crown: Beyond Elizabeth II; The Authority Gap: Why Women Are Still Taken Less Seriously Than Men; and Negotiating Linguistic Plurality: Translation and Multilingualism in Canada and Beyond are all reads worth sinking your teeth into in 2022.
Photographs courtesy of McGill-Queen’s University, University of Toronto Press, Penguin Random House Canada
A new year means lots of stuff, including reading fresh books on politics. So here are five to look for in the coming year.
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