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The (Other) October Crisis

A new book revisits one of Canada’s most traumatic and telling moments

Model Behaviour

A Haida village as seen in a windy city

Liberal Interpretations

Making sense of Justin Trudeau and his party

Back Issues

April 2014

Illustrations by Jeff Kulak Jeff is a graphic designer and illustrator based in Montreal. Past clients include the National Post, The Walrus, Owlkids Books and the Art Directors Club of NYC. You can view his work here.

Measuring What Matters

Why our next election should be fought on the numbers

Christopher Flavelle

Art Beyond Stereotypes

Are suburbs the next great creative frontier?

Frances Bula

The Two Albertas

Old differences split the province, but are mostly ignored in the East

Harvey Locke

Chemical Warfare

Sounding the alarm on that "new car smell," and other everyday poisons

Chris Turner

No Support

A Dickensian glimpse at the lives of those who clean and cook in our hospitals

Katherine Fierlbeck

Together Again

A new book analyzes the diverse roots of the reborn Conservative Party

Michael Taube

Arguing for Open Borders

But exactly how open, and to whom?

Andy Lamey

War's Costly Thrills

Addiction to violence traps a young photojournalist

Hannah Moscovitch

Shaking the Family Tree

Emotionally absent parents continue to mark Mary Lawson's characters.

Kate Taylor

Safer, Meaner Streets

Why does life seem more dangerous even as crime rates fall?

Neil Boyd

The Law-Abiding Rabble Rouser

Alan Borovoy has changed the way Canadians think about civil rights.

Cyril Levitt

Parliamentary Opposition, in Theory

Westminster definitions seem increasingly at odds with real Canadian politics.

Martha Hall Findlay

Atlantic Hustle

The regional origins of undertakings from the Bricklin to McCain Foods

Margaret Conrad