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Carbon Copy

In equal balance justly weighed

Slouching toward Democracy

Where have all the wise men gone?

By Populist Demand

When urban and rural voters went separate ways

Back Issues

November 2016

Kyle Metcalf Kyle Metcalf is an illustrator residing in Calgary, Alberta. He is influenced by New Yorker cartoons and European illustrators from the 1950s and ’60s. He graduated from the Alberta College of Art & Design in 2011. He has worked for a handful of clients including The New York Times, GQ and The Walrus.

Multilateralism in the Age of Trump

Canada under the Liberals seems poised to rejoin the world. But how does multilateralism work in the era of Trumpism and Brexit?

David M. Malone

What the U.S. election could mean for Canada

David Frum in conversation with Gary Doer

Rape Memoirs: Our Other True-Crime Obsession

What does the profusion of rape memoirs ask of sexual assault laws, and of readers?

Sarah Liss

The Truth about Trudeaumania

The fictional roots, and legacy, of a defining Canadian moment

Kenneth Whyte

Paul Wells on What Harper Did

Does it make a difference that Stephen Harper was ever prime minister?

Paul Wells

The Mythical Indigenous Protagonist

Katherena Vermette’s new novel, and how we read Indigenous fiction

Carleigh Baker

MuchMusic’s Checkered History

Searching for women in a revolution that was televised

Andrea Warner

Iron Curtains! The Bolshoi's Dark Side

Ballet’s transcendent form has long been pitted against political intrigue in Russia

John Fraser

Trapped in Shenzhen

Folktales from a hyper-modern 21st-century city

Judy Fong Bates

The Shadow of the Shoah

Two memoirs of the Nazi era are a needed reminder for our own times

Michiel Horn

In Praise of Older Genres

André Alexis’s kidlit for grown-ups

Caroline Adderson