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The (Other) October Crisis

A new book revisits one of Canada’s most traumatic and telling moments

Model Behaviour

A Haida village as seen in a windy city

Liberal Interpretations

Making sense of Justin Trudeau and his party

Back Issues

September 2018

Michael George Haddad Michael George Haddad is an Ottawa-based freelance illustrator, and an art director at Beau’s Brewing Co. His illustrations have appeared in Wired, the New York Times, and the Globe and Mail. His website is

Brexit and the Long, Baffling Goodbye

Oonagh Fitzgerald in conversation with Colin Crouch

Colin Crouch and Oonagh Fitzgerald

Feeding Our Inner Troll

What happens when we surrender our will to social media

Deborah Campbell

The good news about fake news

The happy side effect of conspiracy-obsessed, post-truth politics

Andy Lamey

Invention of a Nymphet

The hidden origins and afterlife of Nabokov's masterpiece

Myra Bloom

The Age of Independence

The right to be, and a theory of territory in the era of Kurdistan and Catalonia

George Anderson

This Is Our Manifesto

Miriam Toews reimagines a community’s crisis of humanity

Madeleine Thien

Against time, and beauty

Two enduring scientific ideas take a thumping

Colby Cosh

Absolute power

Before safety bicycles and dress reform there was a French-Canadian strong woman on wheels

Laura Robinson

Flashes of Light

A dreaded diagnosis, and what we gain in losing ourselves

Brian Bethune

The opposite of silence

Dionne Brand’s dialogues with herself and the world

Paul Barrett