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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

March 2019

Artwork by Valéry Lemay, a graphic designer and illustrator from Montreal, has contributed to Reader’s Digest, LSTW Magazine, Vice, and numerous other clients.

You Too

Selling men on gender equality

Kate Heron

Say It Loud

Why the public service must speak up

Drew Fagan

Better Voters

Necessity demands a different approach to democracy

Elizabeth May

A Fully Realized Senate

The upper chamber is finally doing what it’s supposed to do

Christopher Moore

Courting Disaster

How did the supreme law of the land lose its supremacy?

Michael Bryant

Conspiracy Interceptor

Facts and fictions of the Avro Arrow

Christopher Waddell

A Big Bang of Physics

Yearning to know our universe

Dan Falk

Screen Saver?

Questioning routine mammograms

Alanna Mitchell

The Private Lives of Privates

Trench culture helped our soldiers survive

David MacKenzie

Language Shaped by Silence

The mind and craft of a deaf writer

Linda Besner

Beyond Reconciliation

Winnipeg’s shameful past shows the way forward

Colleen Simard

A Quiet Overthrow

The paradigmatic prescience of Jane Jacobs

John Barber

An Eye-Popping Debut

The chaotic highs and lows of returning home

Cecily Ross

All That Jazz

When a small club transformed Vancouver’s arts scene

George Fetherling