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From the archives

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

July | August 2024

Illustration by Alanna Cavanagh.

Wormholes

Thinking out of the glass jar

Kyle Wyatt

Cover the Territory

Essays on a deeper past

Alan Taylor

The Breakup

When the waters rose in Moose Factory

Michael Taube

Stars and Swipes

Shared moments and diverging paths

David Marks Shribman

The Operatives

Nahlah Ayed uncovers their story

Sandra Martin

Rogers That

A very public family feud

Dimitry Anastakis

Under the Hoodie

Catherine Dorion did politics differently

Graham Fraser

Shushed

When defamation law fails us

Elaine Coburn

Sexy, Eh?

Behind the closed doors of a nation

J.R. Patterson

A Womb of One’s Own

Moving beyond old certainties

Leighton Schreyer

Step by Step

Long walks toward reconciliation

Murray Campbell

Disciplinary Action

For the love of the humanities

Andrew Torry

Books and Belonging

M. G. Vassanji and Gary Barwin reflect

Mark Fried

Canada Daze

Barrelling toward a strange kind of death

Stephen Marche

Connection Lost

How sisters became strangers

Ruth Panofsky

On the Origin of Stories

Six writers discuss their craft

Sarah Hampson

Kindred Spirits

Kit Dobson’s ambitious debut

Alexander Sallas

Herd Mentality

When the buffalo come to town

Kayla Penteliuk

Red-Letter Gay

The Gospel according to Anthony Oliveira

Allan Hepburn

Island Adventure

From Japan to Haida Gwaii

Heather Ramsay

The Subject Matters

Lynne Kutsukake plays with perspective

Richard Joseph

Une gang de fous

Christophe Bernard’s cock-eyed world

Amanda Perry

Stage Write

I once read differently

John Delacourt