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From the archives

Paper Rout

Postmedia in the gutter

Past Trauma

Richard Wagamese and an Indigenous literary resurgence

Family Pride

Profiles in gay life

Back Issues

March 2013

Cover art and pictures throughout the issue by Anthony Tremmaglia Anthony Tremmaglia is an illustrator, artist and educator based in Ottawa. His work has been recognized by Applied Arts Magazine, American Illustration, 3x3 Magazine and the Saatchi gallery.

Keeping the Dream Alive

Canada and South Africa once seemed the closest of allies. What happened?

David Hornsby

Beautiful Mistakes

Truth or Beauty: Science and the Quest for Order

Siobhan Roberts

Bogeymen Versus Sportsmen

Race, lobbyists and the ironic development of Canadian gun laws

Christian Pearce

Trial by Fire

Compelling first-draft history of the chaotic decade after 2001

Tony Burman

Return of the Robber Barons

Can we tell “makers” from “takers” among the new super-rich?

Donald J. Johnston

Canada’s Surprising One Percent

Never have so many been paid so much to care so little

George Fallis

The Siren Song of Independence

Why Canada doesn’t need a navy that can go it alone

Philippe Lagassé

Neighbourhood Watch

Bracing insights into Canada’s always uneasy relationship with our closest friend

David M. Malone

He’s Our Man

It takes a combination of head and heart to capture the great Canadian troubadour

Denise Donlon

The Aftermath of Polio

Portrait of a clever young girl with many strikes against her

Robin Roger

Mysteries of Survival

Tales about the burdens carried by Hungarian Canadians after the siege of Budapest

Judy Stoffman

Charity Gone Wrong?

A new book lays blame for Haiti’s woes squarely on the international community

Kyle Matthews

The Handcuff King

Who knew that the greatest magician in the world cut his teeth touring the Maritimes?

David Ben

Confederation as Conspiracy

Was Canada’s tenth province really strong-armed into the country?

Jeff Webb