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In equal balance justly weighed

Slouching toward Democracy

Where have all the wise men gone?

By Populist Demand

When urban and rural voters went separate ways

Jill Frayne

Jill Frayne has written for explore magazine, Up Here and The Walrus. Her travel memoir, Starting Out in the Afternoon: A Mid-Life Journey into Wild Land (Random House, 2010), was nominated for a Governor General’s Award.

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Jill Frayne

Self-Discovery in a Canoe

A 54-day Arctic journey teaches deep lessons October 2014
In a review of an account of the polar explorer Ernest Shackleton’s harrowing adventure in the Antarctic, Anthony Lane of the New Yorker attributed Shackleton’s lifelong passion for the vast white wastes of the South Pole to the explorer’s discovery of “the deep contentments of desolation.” Jennifer Kingsley is a kindred spirit of…