Politicians praise climate-conscious teenagers like Rebecca Hamilton. But what she really wants is better public transit.
In This Issue
What was a climate-change denier doing on the board of Canada’s most famous science museum?
A survivalist tests recipes for the apocalypse.
Letter from Montreal.
Reckoning with a homegrown hell showed that turning around emissions can also mean turning a profit.
It’s hard to live low-carbon, especially when you feel like you’re the only one. Kate Black meets a Calgary misfit who keeps trying to fit in.
Canadians are scared of losing the life they know, Inuit leader Sheila Watt-Cloutier writes. Maybe looking north will help.
In wildfire-ravaged BC, Rachel Jansen learns to keep up with the relentless rules of mushroom-hunting.
A longtime science reporter reviews the ways we’ve tried, and failed, to convey the looming climate crisis.
Toronto condos won’t seem so hot in a few decades—except in the literal sense. Here’s a guide for househunting for the end times.
New fiction by Christopher Evans.
New poetry from Mikko Harvey.
Writing from Quebec. Translated by Melissa Bull.