Perhaps flamboyant Ottawa builder José Perez should have thought twice before he moved into Robert Campeau’s former office and settled himself behind Campeau’s old desk. But Perez may have been dreaming of Campeau’s glory as the most successful developer in Ottawa during the 1970s.By STEVIE CAMERON9 min
A chronic complaint about Hollywood movies is that there are few strong roles for women. Another is that the movies often have nothing to do with the real world. But four new films produced outside North America offer an antidote. They are all stories of women who display heroic resilience in the face of violence and cruelty.By Brian D. Johnson6 min
One of the abiding myths out there in Vaccuumland is that Canada is the dullest place on earth. The British press dwells on it. Everyone in Washington believes in it. The French in France can’t believe the Quebec accent. They are of course—all of them—out to lunch.By Allan Fotheringham4 min
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