André Forget reads Refuse: CanLit in Ruins.
In This Issue
Ukrainian ultra-nationalists are violently attacking fellow citizens—and that means Canada has a choice to make.
Tens of thousands of Canadians have begun calling themselves Métis, Darryl Leroux finds, and now they’re trying to get the courts to agree.
Peace, Order and Good Government defines Canadian society, but not in the way that you think.
Behind the scenes of the Trans Mountain pipeline fight.
Sacred to Blackfoot, saleable in Banff. What happens when a rare fossil transforms into a gemstone?
A photo essay.
A new comic by Gabriel Watson.
Canadians need to talk about sexual assault, H.G.Watson writes—but they’re getting sued for it.
New fiction by Emily Davidson.
Excerpts from a poem by Fred Wah.
Translation of an excerpt of Les filles bleues de l’été Published by Cheval d’août éditeur, 2017, pages 13–15. Translation: Melissa Bull.
In Venice, Christopher DeWolf reports, Indigenous architecture gets its due.
The Fall 2018 Book Room.
The Fall 2018 Music Room.
Letter from Montreal