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Time to Throw Down the Gauntlet

There’s a scene in the Hollywood movie, The Heist, where Gene Hackman’s character explains his process is to imagine what someone smarter than he would do…and then he does that. It struck me as a cute line, because even as … Continue reading

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The Canadian Identity Conundrum (Part 1)…from Arctic Air to How She Move

  This post (the first of a “two parter”) will wrap up my recent series of posts looking at the use and depiction of culture and cultural identity in pop culture — and specifically Canadian movies and television. I’d say this … Continue reading

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The Lost Art of…Being Canadian (Part 1)

Today’s essay will reference — Sanctuary, The Listener, Endgame, Saving Hope, Borealis, Michael Buble…and more! Continue reading

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