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Our Violent National Game

The great hockey debate continues

Pax Atlantica

NATO’s long-lasting relevance

Alex Bozikovic

Alex Bozikovic is an editor at The Globe and Mail and writes for the paper about architecture. He also writes the blog No Mean City <nomeancity.net> and has contributed to magazines such as AzureDwell and Metropolis.

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Alex Bozikovic

Flawed Visionary

The complicated life of a 20th-century architectural giant November 2013
Arthur Erickson: a Vancouverite, a traveller, an idealist, a modernist (mostly), a gay man, a partner, a charmer, a great teacher, an unreliable boss, an irresponsible businessman, a financial failure and an elder statesman. And also an architect—as the subtitle of Arthur Erickson: An Architect’s Life reminds us. David Stouck, a retired Simon Fraser English professor and…

Eloquent Journey

From wartime internee to creator of Ottawa’s new war museum. January–February 2007