Remembering D-day

Rowe, Dan
January 2004
Quill & Quire;Jan2004, Vol. 70 Issue 1, p18
The article informs that in addition to the usual assortment of seasonal selections about gardening and personal finance, topics like same-sex marriage and the fate of Ontario's hydro system are covered in this spring's non-fiction titles. Stewart Bell, the national security reporter for the National Post, weighs in on the rise of international terrorism in Canada with "Cold Terror: How Canada Nurtures and Exports Terrorism Around the World." Historian J.L. Granatstein, the author of over 50 books asks whether Canada should have gone to war in Iraq and why Canadians love peacekeeping so much when Canada ranks 34th on the UN's list of troop providers.


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