Author Archives: Yael Berger

About Yael Berger

I'm a journalist and political enthusiast living in Ottawa. I received my Bachelor of Journalism and Political Science with Highest Honours from Carleton University in 2010 and went on to earn a Master of Arts in Political Science at the University of Toronto in 2011. My published work has appeared in the military magazine Esprit de Corps, in The Hill Times and The Lobby Monitor, and on TheMarkNews.com. I'm a Hodgkin's Lymphoma cancer survivor. In my spare time I worship Jamie Oliver, ride my bike along the canal and watch reruns of the Cosby Show. Find me on Facebook: Yael Berger On Twitter: @yaelberger Or on Instagram @yaeliberg

August book review – The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

August was an exciting month for me with the Unputdownable Book Club as it marked my one-year anniversary reading and discussing books with this wonderful group of ladies. You can read my very first blog post about why I joined … Continue reading

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Book review – Deadline by Stephen Maher

As a political reporter I get more than enough federal politics at work and from the nightly news, so my first choice when it comes to sitting back, kicking up my feet and getting into a good book is usually … Continue reading

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Why I joined the “Unputdownable” Book Club

Ah, books. My one true love in life. There seems to be a book that I can neatly attach to every stage of my life. Whether it be having Dr. Suess’s Green Eggs and Ham read to me in class … Continue reading

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