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The Path of Poetic Resistance

To disarm Canada and its canon

Are Interests Really Value-Free?

A salvo from the “realist” school of Canadian foreign relations

Going It Alone

The marvellous, single-minded, doggedly strange passion of citizen scientists

Back Issues

November 2017

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CanLit’s Colonial Habit

Literature in the age of Reconciliation and “peak” diversity

Stephen Marche

Peak Twins

Doppelgängers, hauntings, and the rise of the neuro-fantastic

John Semley

Tax and the Canadian Psyche

Elsbeth Heaman in conversation with Shirley Tillotson

Elsbeth Heaman and Shirley Tillotson

The Empathy Paradox: What #MeToo Misses

What even a post-Weinstein conversation is not saying about sexual assault

Carly Lewis

Calling the Lobster Telephone

What surrealism can teach social scientists

Joshua Nichols

What Joni Allows

The beautifully opaque life, and work, of Joni Mitchell

Alexandra Molotkow

The March of the Cheezie

Our snacks as a history of ourselves

Christine Sismondo

Love and Lucre

Our odd, abiding affair with bookstores

Grant Munroe

A Long Way From Home

The Kurdish struggle has the world’s attention, briefly, but not its sympathy

Ava Homa