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Review of ‘Souvenir of Canada’

Canadians have long been regarded as country cousins by their counterparts in the States: Molson-swilling, hockey-watching roughnecks who go inexplicably dewy-eyed at the first acoustic guitar notes of a Gordon Lightfoot ballad. As is often the case, the truth is somewhat more complex. Vancouver novelist and Renaissance man Douglas Coupland explores what makes Canada, Canada…

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