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Carbon Copy

In equal balance justly weighed

Slouching toward Democracy

Where have all the wise men gone?

By Populist Demand

When urban and rural voters went separate ways

Back Issues

July | August 2019

Amedeo De Palma Illustrations by Amedeo De Palma, an award-winning graphic designer with the CBC who has done work for the Globe and Mail, Canadian Business, Time, and many others.

God of Poetry

Apollo was about more than going to the moon

Robert Smith

White Noise

Much ado about diversity

John Allemang

The King’s Ear

On the influence of dictators

Chris Alexander

Moai in a Bottle

A fantastic voyage revisited

Craig Taylor

Nosey Foe

Our pint-sized predators

Elaine Anselmi

The Art of Vigilance

Because a culture of protest matters

Marlo Alexandra Burks

See the North

The persistent allure of a mysterious region

Michael Strizic

Justice League

Defining a new international crime

Brendan Howley

Bilingualism at Fifty

The challenge of translating policy into action

David Breault

For the Record

Preserving today for tomorrow

Lisa Betel

Inflection Point

Does nature hold the solution to its own demise?

Evan D.G. Fraser

New Rules, Who Dis?

How we talk online—and why

Carol Percy

Man of Letters

The prolific George Bowering

Judy Stoffman

Distorted Views

Essays on obsession and hypocrisy

Myra Bloom

An Edited Life

A new novel by Alix Ohlin

Allan Hepburn

The Winter Queen

Reimagining a dramatic reign

Patricia Treble

In Little Jamaica

Stories from a changing neighbourhood

Zuri H. Scrivens

Name Game

To pseudonym or not to pseudonym?

Kelley Armstrong