Literary Review of Canada

Literary Review of Canada is a magazine focusing on Education

Articles from Vol. 16, No. 4, May

A History of Hypocrisy: Canadian Complicity Links U.S. Cold War Torture with Cases like Maher Arar's
I. To judge by the statements of government officials, Canada is--as it should be--staunchly opposed to torture. Just over two decades ago, Canada became one of the first countries to ratify the United Nations Convention against Torture, adopting...
Canada's Most Memorable Poems: The LRC Contributors' List: Part Two: MacEwen to Webb
In this month's poetry we continue our list of Canada's Most Memorable Poems with nominations submitted by poets we've published in the past two years and friends of the LRC. Our hope is that these nominations send you running to your poetry anthologies,...
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