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From the archives

The Path of Poetic Resistance

To disarm Canada and its canon

Are Interests Really Value-Free?

A salvo from the “realist” school of Canadian foreign relations

Going It Alone

The marvellous, single-minded, doggedly strange passion of citizen scientists

Back Issues

April 2016

Jenn Liv Jenn Liv is a freelance illustrator who lives and works in Toronto. Occasionally she likes to print things in risograph and make comics. Her previous clients include Quill and Quire, The Walrus and Medium.

Thunder in the East

China and the next global financial crisis

Gordon Chang

Prairie Psychedelia

A sympathetic look at a Canadian mental hospital and its controversial past.

Erica Dyck

Challah in the City

Two new novels explore the Jewish experience in Montreal.

Robin Roger

Confronting ISIS

How do we respond to terrorism and other geopolitical threats?

Steven Zhou

Forward Motion

A new book charts a path forward for aboriginal peoples.

Anthony Furey

Thought Crimes

Exploring Canada’s silencing of dissent during World War One.

Raymond B. Blake

A Ride in the Dark

A motorcyclist takes us on a trip to her painful past.

Ted Bishop

From Crusader to Mayor

A city hall veteran recalls a pivotal time in Toronto’s municipal history

Ray Conlogue

Cancer Chronicle

A reflective look at cancer and its personal impact.

Kevin Patterson

The Care in Health Care

The love experienced in infancy affects us far later in the medical system.

Keith Oatley

Brain Trap

A new look at the causes of addiction by a noted neuroscientist.

Vera Tarman

March of the Millennials

A leader of Quebec’s Maple Spring outlines his program for change

Simon Black

Hello Girls

A strike by women workers that energized Canada’s labour movement

Sara Mojtehedzadeh

Fighting the Klan

Exploring a little-known episode in Canadian labour history.

Bryan D. Palmer