PEI has long branded itself as the birthplace of Canada. How do you decolonize when Confederation is a cottage industry?
In This Issue
Jean Marc Ah-Sen speaks with Naben Ruthnum about his new novel.
Canada is quietly expanding its digital alternatives to immigration detention. Joe Bongiorno investigates the harm being done to detainees.
Hockey is a way of life in Curtis LeBlanc’s hometown. But what if you’re pulled in another direction?
For many students, taking out loans is a rite of passage. It’s just not clear what’s waiting for them on the other side.
A photo essay.
The forestry industry’s prized pesticide may be harming people and nature. Is it time to stop spraying?
Applying for permanent residency on humanitarian and compassionate grounds is a last resort for migrants in Canada. Christopher Chanco explores a convoluted system.
Translation by Aimee Wall
Winter reads from Tara McGowan-Ross, Isabella Wang, Helen Chau Bradley, and others.
New music from Cedric Noel, Land of Talk, Haviah Mighty, and Ombiigizi.
Letter from Montreal
Rhonda Mullins chronicles her relentless recovery from the virus.