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TIFF 2017
TIFF’s next act: The inside story of how the Toronto International Film Festival got too big and lost its way Subscriber content
FOR THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Canada needs a fuller house to thrive – but population growth isn’t enough Subscriber content
FOR THE GLOBE AND MAIL
TIFF 2017: Festival acknowledgement implies the City of Toronto is still Indigenous land
THE CANADIAN PRESS
THEATRE
Rising young actor Jonah McIntosh left a mark on and off stage
Harry Dean Stanton, one of Hollywood's great character actors, dies at 91
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Giller Prize's reduced submissions may be the most controversial change in award’s history
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performing arts
Vancouver Opera scales back festival, beefs up season and tightens its belt
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Visual Art
Twenty years on, Gallery 1313 continues to nourish Parkdale
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Music
At 17, Morocco-born Manitoban makes it big in the Music City
Kate Taylor
TIFF 2017: In a festival full of despair, The Florida Project brings a welcome balance Kate Taylor
Kate Taylor
Book Review
Review: Bill Gaston's A Mariner's Guide to Self Sabotage and Cynthia Flood's What Can You Do
THE BOOK REPORT
Nathan Englander: ‘It’s a writer’s job to be scared by everything’
Book Review
Review: Stephen Greenblatt's The Rise and Fall of Adam and Eve is a compelling look at the creation story
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Book Review
Review: Hillary Rodham Clinton's What Happened is a candid, searching memoir
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Book Review
Review: Alison Pick’s Strangers with the Same Dream explores the kibbutz movement of the 1920s
Book Review
Review: Karl Ove Knausgaard’s Autumn is an unusual mixture of digression and reflection

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