January–February 2006

  • The LRC 100 (Part One)

    A special feature
  • Irreconcilable Differences

    A review of Dying Justice: A Case for Decriminalizing Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide in Canada, by Jocelyn Downie
  • Whither the Revolution?

    A review of Adieu, Betty Crocker, by François Gravel, translated by Sheila Fischman

  • The Fine Line between Predator and Prey

    A review of Lisa Moore’s Alligator
  • When Is Equality Not Equality?

    Canadian and American women diverge on work and motherhood.
  • Humanity Behind Bars

    A review of The Diary of Abraham Ulrikab: Text and Context, edited and translated by Hartmut Lutz
  • Spying in Lesovia

    A review of Amy Knight’s How the Cold War Began: The Gouzenko Affair and the Hunt for Soviet Spies
  • In Defence of Ambiguity

    A review of Jacqueline Best’s The Limits of Transparency: Ambiguity and the History of International Finance
  • Another Country

    A review of Ghost Empire: How the French Almost Conquered North America, by Philip Marchand
  • A Family Affair

    A review of W.O.: The Life of W.O. Mitchell, Beginnings to Who Has Seen the Wind, 1914–1947 and Mitchell: The Life of W.O. Mitchell, The Years of Fame, 1948–1998, by Barbara and Ormond Mitchell
  • Dish with a Representation of the Sense of Hearing

    A poem
  • Ginkaku-Ji

    A poem
  • Paris. — Au jardin des plantes. — Fosse aux ours.

    A poem
  • Bike Accident

    A poem
  • Ode: On Wars of Love

    A poem

LRC 100 portraits by Wes Tyrell

Wes Tyrell is a caricature artist and humorous illustrator. His works can be seen in a variety of publications, including The Globe and Mail and Maclean’s, as well as at