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From the archives

The Trust Spiral

Restoring faith in the media

Our Feudal Immigration Policy

Why should an accident of birth determine who benefits from citizenship?

Liberal Interpretations

Making sense of Justin Trudeau and his party

Back Issues

April 2010

ILLUSTRATIONS THROUGHOUT THE ISSUE BY ELISHA LIM. Elisha Lim is a queer graphic novelist and proud to be launching Michelle Tea’s new imprint, “Sister Spit,” with her book 100 Butches. For more information about the North American tour please visit

The Calamity of Caledonia

What B.C. can teach Ontario about land claims

Christopher Moore

Opportunity or Temptation?

Plans for private property on reserves could cost First Nations their independence

Pamela D. Palmater

A Middling Marvel

Rush's longevity says a lot about the people it appeals to

Carl Wilson

Different Pipers, Different Tunes

In tough financial times, how do we pay the bill for free inquiry?

Ian D. Clark

Flying Naked Next

Can we replace fear-driven theatrics with resilience in our quest for air travel security?

Brian Flemming

Taking On the World

Can RIM maintain its prized perch in the smartphone market?

Peter Hadekel

Quebec's Anti-Hero

A brilliant short biography captures the pioneer of the independence movement.

Jack Mitchell

Searching for Clarity

Jacques Parizeau believes sovereignty is still within Quebec’s reach.

Reed Scowen

A Radical Shift

Why have Quebec sovereigntists become so keen on Canada?

Jean-François Simard

Flight from Europe

Faraway events reshape the lives of a Jewish Cape Town family.

Vivian Rakoff

Battles Foreign and Familial

Bombs explode and families implode in a novel set in Sarajevo and the Bruce Peninsula.

Steven Hayward

Our Violent National Game

The great hockey debate continues

Christopher Dornan

The Elected and the Appointed

Which branch of government truly merits Canadians’ trust?

David E. Smith

A Spy Story Well Told

Some things we knew and a lot we didn’t about the Iran hostage crisis.

Barbara McDougall

Kowtowing to the Hegemon

Two books look at the always complex Canada-U.S. relationship.

Colin Robertson