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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 | February 2020

Bryan Dickie Photograph of Pond Inlet, Nunavut, by Bryan Dickie.

Fake Views

The splinternet of modern cartography

Kyle Wyatt

Dilemma Capitalism

The system cannot change itself

Pamela Divinsky

Check Out Libby

The workings of a virtual library

Jessica Duffin Wolfe

Dear Mr. Prime Minister

When McLuhan wrote Trudeau

Patrice Dutil

Mercury Rising

When it comes to climate change, Canada’s all talk

Craig Taylor

Our Forgotten War

Have we already lost sight of Afghanistan?

Murray Brewster

Peace Out

Our diminished role in keeping the world safe

Graeme Young

Car Talk

The blindness of the Big Three

Dimitry Anastakis

Claim Game

The high stakes of fraudulent identity

Sasha Chabot-Gaspé

Broken Spines and Other Sins

Our complicated relationship with books

Andrew Benjamin Bricker

Stranger Things

Expecting the unexpected from Malcolm Gladwell

Judy Stoffman

Creature Feature

Bigfoot doesn’t always leave tracks

Tom Jokinen

Fake and Forgotten Foods

Satiating our ceaseless hunger for authenticity

Sarah E. Tracy

Between the Cushions

Finding something new in a well-trod genre

Basil Guinane


Make-believe residents of a displaced community

George Elliott Clarke

Nerve Endings

An unsettling presence in Lynn Coady’s latest

Megan Kuklis

A Question of Our Time

Racism goes beyond blackface

Mayann Francis