Last week I posted a poll on my Facebook page. Titled, “When out on a casual luncheon with a guy friend, do women still expect the guy to pay the bill? Do men get offended when a woman friend picks… Read More ›
“Who do you think you are?”
That was the title under which three young Canadian authors discussed issues of identity, location and language at the recently concluded Indian Summer Festival in Vancouver. The three, Anosh Irani, David Chariandy and Gurjinder Basran – from different backgrounds discussed… Read More ›
Move back to my country? How do you move back to Canada when you live in Canada?
My last blog post, If you are not White, you are not-Canadian-enough generated a lot of response: blog comments, Facebook messages, tweets, personal emails, phone calls, repost on The Georgia Straight’s website, and a radio show discussion on RedFM with… Read More ›