“That Was Then, This Is Now” explores the beginnings of some of Canada’s favourite writers and journalists
Kate Carraway always thought she was going to be a lawyer. “It seemed to be the thing that made sense,” she says. “I was captain of the debate team and I always got good grades in English and history. It was in my head to be a lawyer all the way through high school and through university.” Subconsciously, though, Carraway didn’t want to be in law or politics because they didn’t fit the more “free form” way she wanted to live her life.