Monthly Archives: May 2009

Review: The Ecstasy of Rita Joe by George Ryga

George Ryga’s groundbreaking play that marked the beginning of a new Canadian drama takes to the stage after a forty year hiatus at the NAC. This was the first English-language play presented at the NAC after it opened. The script is showing its age, but it is certainly worth seeing. Continue reading

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window pain

Replacing a window can be a sentimental journey, as explored in this poem. Continue reading

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[86400 is the name of a film made by a local production company. It was shown to the public on April 29, 30, 2009 in Cinema 1 at Galaxy Cinema in Cornwall, Ontairo. The film was made by the crew … Continue reading

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