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Referendum Trudeau

He campaigned in poetry but governed in prose

Rinkside Reading

What does hockey’s literature say about the sport?

Alarm Bells

Fort McMurray and fires hence

Back Issues

June 2015

Illustrations by Suharu Ogawa Suharu Ogawa is a Toronto-based illustrator originally from Japan whose clients include Canadian Grocer, Fast Company, Maisonneuve, NUVO, Reader’s Digest and Swerve. She is also a decent table tennis player.

New Neighbours

Two writers explore a Toronto neighbourhood in flux.

Amy Lavender Harris

Locked Up

A glimpse through the bars of Canadian prisons

Rose Ricciardelli

Out of Bounds

Sport’s head-first slide from the pitch to the pixels

Christopher Dornan

Pulling Strings

How much influence can think tank funders buy?

Beth Haddon

Making Amends

How reforming museum practices is helping revive aboriginal spirituality

Victor Rabinovitch

Listening In

What recent populist victories tell us about Canada.

Michael Adams

Carol's Canon

A new collection explores Carol Shields's literary legacy.

I Witness

Two Canadian writers show their mastery of first-person journalism

Dana Hansen

Breaking the Cast

Does living with a disability define a person?

James Roots

Walker's Paradise

Exploring the transcendent pleasures from one of humanity's most basic acts.

Dianne Chisholm

Restless Gadfly

The many-sided mind of pioneering Canadian historian Frank Underhill.

Michiel Horn

Gold Rush

The ephemeral success of chasing the taxpayer's dime.

Les Horswill