Category: news

Little did I know four years ago when I began researching a book on the history of reporters on Parliament Hill — before the elections of Justin Trudeau and Donald Trump — that it would be published at the height of a great debate about the future of journalism and the credibility of its practitioners. But as sure as the word “news” follows “fake” these days, as I tour the country promoting Power, Prime Ministers and the Press, interviewers are asking questions that reflect an uncertain public mood about the press. Who to trust? What to believe?

Smashing Media Coverage for Dundurn’s Stellar Titles thumbnail

“Tell me what you want, what you really, really want?”

“Old cap, I already have it — mad love for Dundurn titles”


Robin Esrock, author of The Great Canadian Bucket List will launch a companion website for his book in early October. Look out for it! It’s sure to be aces.

Dundurn was featured in Canadian Business magazine “It’s Alive”, article on the status of Canadian book publishing.