This is our collection of expert recommended books on Canada. Covering Canadian literature, culture and famous people.
Canadian journalist Tanya Talaga's book All Our Relations focuses on the legacies of colonialism on Canadian First Nations. Canadian historian Margaret MacMillan’s latest book War: How Conflict Shaped Us is one of our best nonfiction books of 2020.
“I’ve been reading Quebec literature since the 1980s. I can tell when I’ve found a voice that I resonate with, when something is really beautiful or when it’s just trash.” Georgetown University Professor Miléna Santoro picks her favourite Quebec writers and showcases some of the region’s best contemporary fiction and poetry translated from the original French.
Fast, violent and with a passionately political history, hockey is the sport that defines Canada. The sports columnist tells us how this came to be, and why hockey, still a thrilling spectacle, has also become more dangerous to play. He picks the best books on ice hockey.