Plus, a novel set in Ottawa with some striking resemblances, the final days of the Russian aristocracy, a dying woman’s book club and explaining Michael DouglasBy ANNE KINGSTON, SARAH MURDOCH, PATRICIA TREBLE, SARAH WEINMAN, JOANNE LATIMER9 min
Paul Wells’s column “All the nous that’s fit to speak” (Opinion, Sept. 24) really struck a chord with me. I am part of the Bill 101 generation he describes. I am 20 years old, a born and raised Québécois anglophone. My parents are also Quebec anglos who, instead of packing up for Toronto when Bill 101 was passed, decided to stay and adapt to this new Quebec.
HARVARD PSYCHIATRIST George Vaillant is a key figure in one of the most remarkable inquiries into human development ever undertaken. The Grant Study into Adult Development began in 1938 to follow the health, happiness and fortunes of 268 male Harvard students, and goes on to this day.By CHARLIE GILLIS7 min
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