After giving up motherhood thirty years ago for the sake of the climate, Lorraine Glendenning now asks if it was worth it.
In This Issue
When a Soviet satellite crashed in Canada’s remote north, it was a sign of things to come.
A new generation of mourners wants to strip funerals back to the basics—but what are the basics?
Losing all his photos makes Taylor Lambert wonder if he really needed them in the first place.
A photo essay.
Montrealers came home shattered from state-sponsored brainwashing experiments. Decades later, their families are finally finding each other.
Rebuilding Jewish culture in Poland is no easy task after its near-total erasure, and more than anything it takes imagination.
After centuries of exclusion from the world of fine wine, the obscurity of Greek grapes is now their selling point.
Writing from Quebec. Translated by Melissa Bull.
Lizzie Chatham explores fictional worlds where women reign.
The Winter 2018 Book Room.
The Winter 2018 Music Room.
Letter from Montreal