Canada has a knack for offering good things slightly before the United States does (universal health care, women’s suffrage, Catherine O’Hara). And now INSTANT: here’s a lovely story in The Globe and Mail, Canada’s national paper of record. Pleasant interview, a reporter named Kate Taylor who took time to double-check the complex bits (and thus has them right), and a stylebook that still requires “Mr” before names in arts stories, a convention that’s softened even at the New York Times. Couldn’t ask for a nicer introduction to the Great White North.
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