Issues

September 2005

  • Ottawa’s Boy Scout

    A review of Stephen Harper and the Future of Canada, by William Johnson
  • What Makes a Building Canadian?

    A review of Substance over Spectacle: Contemporary Canadian Architecture, edited by Andrew Gruft
  • Is NAFTA Pushing Our Taxes Down?

    A review of Arthur J. Cockfield’s NAFTA Tax Lawand Policy: Resolving the Clash between Economic and Sovereignty Interests

  • Who’s a Flibbertigibbet?

    A review of Intrigue: Espionage and Culture, by Allan Hepburn
  • Gomery as Glasnost

    An essay
  • Live at the Crest

    A review of Glass Cage: The Crest Theatre Story, by Paul Illidge
  • This Is Where We’d Work

    A poem
  • Elderberry Cottage

    A poem
  • 1982

    A poem
  • dawn: Jan. 18th ’85, my 59th year my umei:

    A poem
  • Exploring the Margins

    A review of The Radiant City, by Lauren B.Davis
  • Blood and Love in Harar and London

    A review of Camilla Gibb’s Sweetness in the Belly
  • Transatlantica

    A review of The European Roots of Canadian Identity, by Philip Resnick
  • A Slippery Story

    A review of David Stouck’s As for Sinclair Ross
  • Contrasting Views of Darkness

    A review of Contemporary Antisemitism: Canada and the World, edited by Derek J. Penslar, Michael R. Marrus and Janice Gross Stein, and Aftershock: Anti-Zionism and Antisemitism, by David Matas
  • An Undersea Catastrophe

    A review of A Stain upon the Sea: West Coast Salmon Farming, by Stephen Hume, Alexandra Morton, Betty C. Keller, Rosella M. Leslie, Otto Langer and Don Staniford, Salmon Wars: The Battle for the West Coast Salmon Fishery, by Dennis Brown, and Atlas of Pacific Salmon: The First Map-Based Status Assessment of Salmon in the North Pacific, by Xanthippe Augerot

Andrew Stevenson

Andrew Stevenson is a young illustrator studying for his BA at Sheridan College.His online portfolio is available at <www.squidgystudios.com>.