September 2015

  • Ties that Bind

    A review of Interculturalism: A View from Quebec, by Gérard Bouchard, translated by Howard Scott
  • Invisible Roots

    A review of Métis: Race, Recognition and the Struggle for Indigenous Peoplehood, by Chris Andersen, French Canadians, Furs and Indigenous Women in the Making of the Pacific Northwest, by Jean Barman, and Metis and the Medicine Line: Creating a Border and Dividing a People, by Michel Hogue
  • Shifting Fortunes

    A review of Canada: A New Tax Haven — How the Country That Shaped Caribbean Tax Havens Is Becoming One Itself, by Alain Deneault, translated by Catherine Browne

Jonathan Dyck

Jonathan Dyck is an illustrator and designer from southern Manitoba. Now based in Montreal, he is part of the GUTS Magazine editorial collective and has worked with a variety of publications including The Globe and Mail, Briarpatch and Geez.