In Flanders Fields

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Posted on November 11, 2016

Leonard Cohen recites ‘In Flanders Fields’ | Legion: Canada’s Military History Magazine

Statement by the Prime Minister of Canada on Remembrance Day | Government of Canada

Her Loss | New York Times

Leonard Cohen Dead at 82 ~Hugely influential singer and songwriter’s work spanned nearly 50 years | Rolling Stone

‘Something is happening that is amazing,’ Trump said. He was right. | The Washington Post

Revenge of the Forgotten Class ~Hillary Clinton and the Democrats were playing with fire when they effectively wrote off white workers in the small towns and cities of the Rust Belt. | ProPublica

Looking at Leonard Cohen’s darkness misses the warmth of his words ~When you listen to the lyrics Cohen wrote, you realise how alive his language is — and how much he was seeking the light | The Guardian

Cross-country paddler to lay Remembrance Day wreath woven from pieces of Canada ~Mike Ranta, 45, recently wrapped up canoe trip that took him from Vancouver to Nova Scotia | CBC News

A Chameleonic History of Tilda Swinton Looking Like Other People | Flavorwire

Just another day off ~Why the Canadian Legion opposes making Remembrance Day an official holiday | National Post

The Trump era ~His victory threatens old certainties about America and its role in the world. What will take their place? | The Economist

The Binge Breaker ~Tristan Harris believes Silicon Valley is addicting us to our phones. He’s determined to make it stop. | The Atlantic

The Lost Children of ‘Runaway Train’ ~The video for Soul Asylum’s 1993 smash hit featured real missing kids. Some eventually came home; some never did. | Mel Magazine

The Taste Makers ~The secret world of the flavor factory. | The New Yorker

How Canada ended up on the cover of The Economist | J-Source

Malcolm Gladwell probes sexism and elitism in the U.S. presidential election | CBC

After This Election, Turn It Off ~Let’s never follow politics again | Rolling Stone

Canada, Who Are You? | Longreads

Anton Kanevsky Jumped to His Death From a 31-Story Downtown Building. Why? ~How did a young man from Long Island end up in Nashville atop the highest point in the city, looking to end his life? | Nashville Scene

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