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From the archives

Mercury Rising

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

Drug Deals

How to shift policy toward universal pharmacare

The Other Side of “Irish Eyes”

Brian Mulroney abroad and at home

Back Issues

July | August 2021

“To Shine a Light Upon,” by Zachary Colt Skead.

Nor Any Drop to Drink

An astronomical problem

Kyle Wyatt

This Is America

A promissory note not yet paid

Wade Davis

Requiem for a European

Parting is such sweet sorrow

Jean McNeil

Roger and Me

Looking back on China’s future

John Fraser

Over Time

Still at work on the sticky floor

Pearl Eliadis

Maple Branches

Who talks of my nation?

Jonathan Yazer

The Envoy

Mark Carney has a plan

Jeff Costen

Inside Kingston Pen

So irksome and so terrible

Murray Campbell

It’s Complicated

Canada and the Vietnam War

Tyler Wentzell

He Spoke Volumes

Lorne Pierce verses the world

Laura Cameron

Aide-Mémoire

A revised history of Quebec

Bruce K. Ward

Mission Statement

A shelter from the storm

James Hughes

Thou Art Anxious

Decisions, decisions

John Baglow

Drawing Rooms

The Rock and the Big Land

Carol Bishop-Gwyn

Portrait of a Writer

David Macfarlane’s new memoir

John Allemang

Unspeakable

A timely novel by Thomas King

David Staines

Landings

How I wonder what you are

Amanda Perry

The Riddler

From Russia with love

Allan Hepburn