The Canadian Authors Series is pleased to announce that it will be launching a series of free virtual events, starting in the fall. Our lineup is sure to keep you entertained until we are able to gather again.
I look forward to seeing you all in person. Enjoy!
Elizabeth "Putzy" Madronich, Series Host
Please join us for this series of free virtual events that brings together some of Canada’s most exciting writers.
The legendary broadcast journalist and Scotiabank Giller Prize-winner launches his new novel, a thrilling new psychological drama that weaves threads of crime, disability and dementia together into a tale of unrequited love and delusion. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 7PM (ET)
From the author of the internationally best-selling and Scotiabank Giller prize shortlisted The Disappeared comes an astounding, poetic novel about war and loss, suffering and courage, and the strength of women through it all. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 7PM (ET)
The first novel in nearly a decade from the three-time Governor General’s Award–winning author is an epic story of crime and retribution, of war and its long shadow, and of the redemptive possibilities of love. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 7PM (ET)
Beloved Singer, songwriter and storyteller Alan Doyle offers his cure for the Covid blues. JANUARY 27, 7PM (ET)
Future Events To Be Announced
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In past seasons we were fortunate to welcome some of Canada's finest writers including Margaret Atwood, Pierre Berton, Mordecai Richler, Anne Marie MacDonald, Farley Mowat, Alistair MacLeod, David Adams RIchards, Conrad Black, Stevie Cameron, Lawrence Hill, humourists William Thomas and Stuart McLean. Olympians Silken Lauman and Clara Hughes and boxer George Chuvalo have taken our stage. Occasionally we've been lucky enough to present contemporary personalities such as Mike Bullard, Sandra Shamas, Peter Mansbridge, Margaret Trudeau, Mary Walsh, Rex Murphy, Lloyd Robertson, and Dr. David Suzuki.
The series has now placed over 11,000 Canadian books into the hands of readers. Over the years the series donated more than $30,000 to charities including the Niagara Peninsula Children's Centre, Port Cares, Easter Seals and the United Way.