Small family farms are disappearing, but not for the reasons people tend to think. As investors rush in, farmers can’t hold on to their land.
In This Issue
The authors of As We Have Always Done and Policing Black Lives talk about writing on their own terms.
Streams gushed freely through cities—until they were seen as a nuisance. Now, we need them back.
Ironically, Alberta is the perfect place for a Green New Deal.
It took years for journalist Jody Porter to see that writing about other people’s pain can be a way of hiding from your own.
As an adult, Montrealer Christine Estima discovered a buried truth about her family—and her city and country.
A photo essay.
New fiction from Christopher Evans.
New poetry from Tess Liem.
Writing from Quebec. Translated by Melissa Bull.
After years of using face-altering photo filters, Houda Kerkadi sees the bigger picture.
Fall reads from Justin Ling, Marlowe Granados, Marc Herman Lynch and others.
New music from DijahSB, Thanya Iyer, New Fries and Ora Cogan.
Letter from Montreal.