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Chief of National Defence General Walter Natynczyk gives the thumbs up to veterans who arrive by military trucks in Ottawa on June 6, 2009 to take part in the 65th anniversary of D-Day (CP/Fred Chartrand)

When Canada finally started to remember World War II

A new book by historian Tim Cook looks at how World War II fits in Canada’s historical imagination, and why it was vulnerable to neglect for so long

Why can’t the FBI hack an iPhone?

An explainer on Tim Cook’s stand against a court order demanding Apple to create a ‘master key’ to unlock a terrorist gunman’s phone

Tim Cook: Apple’s tinkerer-in-chief

Tim Cook is no Steve Jobs, and that’s why Apple is the world’s most valuable company

Podcast: Talking with the who’s who in Canadian non-fiction

Dr. Staines in conversation with the Charles Taylor Prize nominees

War through the eyes of Borden and Mackenzie King

Exclusive excerpt from Charles Taylor prize nominee Tim Cook’s new book Warlords

It’s confirmed: Apple is human after all

Chris Sorensen on why good is no longer good enough

Short list for Charles Taylor Prize

Presenting the five authors nominated for the literary nonfiction award

The week’s good news and bad news

From Don Cherry mastery of Twitter, to the U.S. no longer being able to pay its bills

The magician? All eyes on Tim Cook

After months of speculation, consumers wait for the iPhone 5

One OS to rule them all?

Peter Nowak reports from Apple’s developer conference

Tim Cook’s more mature Apple

Stock dividends are the latest sign that Steve Jobs’ era is over