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Referendum Trudeau

He campaigned in poetry but governed in prose

Rinkside Reading

What does hockey’s literature say about the sport?

Alarm Bells

Fort McMurray and fires hence

Back Issues

April 2019

Cameron Chalmers Artwork by Cameron Chalmers, an award-winning illustrator, muralist, and graduate of OCAD University, in Toronto.

Bored to Life

Finding ourselves in zeros and ones

Jessica Duffin Wolfe

The Superpower Next Door

Bully for you — but at what cost?

Krzysztof Pelc

Recommended Dose of Reality

Yet another misdiagnosis won’t fix our health care system

Gregory P. Marchildon

Pax Atlantica

NATO’s long-lasting relevance

Jeffrey F. Collins

Separation Anxiety

The secret correspondence of two Quebec luminaries

Bruce K. Ward

One Explosive Situation

An industry that writes its own rules leaves us all at risk

Murray Campbell

Racism in the Court

The real consequences of fake justice

Harold R. Johnson

Fishing for Answers

The causes and effects of the Asian carp invasion

Bob Sexton

The Voices of Summer

Baseball from the broadcast booth

Charles Gordon

But Is It Trash?

Evaluating art in the age of conspicuous consumption

Marlo Alexandra Burks

A Doctor’s Practice

Four decades in northern medicine

Larry Krotz

Worthy Backstory

The mystery of Ava Lee’s Uncle Chow

Basil Guinane

Dead on Arrival

There’s no elegant way to eat cretons

Lydia Perovic

With Jackie

It all started when I answered the phone

Gilbert Reid