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Pax Atlantica

NATO’s long-lasting relevance

A Larger Role for Unions

Organized labour may be shrinking but the rhetoric is still upbeat

This United League

Will not die, will not perish

Back Issues

January 2018

Illustrators Cover illustration by Kagan McLeod. Kagan McLeod has been illustrating since 1999, when he became a staff artist for the National Post. He has had work published in Entertainment Weekly, the Wall Street Journal, the Atlantic, the New York Times, and magazines around the world. He lives in Toronto with his wife, two daughters, and a blue tick coonhound. Other illustrations throughout the issue, unless otherwise indicated, by Meredith Sadler. Meredith Sadler is a visual artist who splits her time between illustration and graphic design. Hailing from Halifax but now based in Toronto, she has had her work published in Smithsonian magazine, the Boston Globe, and Bitch magazine.

Carol Off & Tanya Talaga: Too Many Fallen Feathers

On Indigenous deaths, the Afghan war, and other tragedies Canada enables

David Frum’s Trump Card

What the Critic-in-Chief doesn’t see about Donald Trump and George W. Bush

Andy Lamey

David Milne escapes the woods

Blast sites and battlefields: the Milne Canada no longer sees goes to the Dulwich Gallery

Sarah Milroy

Is Secularism Really Better for Women?

Sex, niqabs, and the secular state

Susan Whitney

How we are (still) dying

Wayne Sumner in conversation with Sandra Martin

I Was a Teenage Mystic!

The “confessional snare” and Québécois women’s writing

Myra Bloom

Never Home: Djamila Ibrahim’s Debut

Lineage and longing in a story collection that spans Addis Ababa and Toronto

Rudrapriya Rathore

Jean Chrétien: Fox or Snake

Bob Plamondon's Chrétien: The little guy from Shawinigan was Canada’s most fiscally conservative PM?

Michael Taube

Power-Hungry Humans

Vaclav Smil and Chris Turner on the millennia-old story of energy

Alanna Mitchell

Is Multiculturalism in Crisis?

Nativism's history and future

Scott Young