A new class of entrepreneurs is selling answers to life’s biggest problems. Kathryn Jezer-Morton checks the receipts.
In This Issue
The craze for “hygge” comes from a dark place, writes Luc Rinaldi, and he’s not talking about Denmark in winter.
It’s tough times for bookstores, so how is one Toronto shop thriving—while stocking nothing on your reading list?
China is attempting a modern-day genocide, but Uyghurs living in Canada won’t let their culture be erased.
A photo essay.
A Canadian scientist once harnessed the power of viruses against bacterial infections. In dire times, a new generation of scientists is fighting to do the same.
A man arrived in Grand Bend, Ontario, believing it was a refuge for strange species. Kieran Delamont observes the fallout.
New fiction from Spencer Lucas Oakes.
New poetry from Natalie Lim.
Writing from Quebec. Translated by Melissa Bull.
Between Toronto, Bombay and a new play by Wajdi Mouawad, Adnan Khan explores the ties that bind us.
Letter from Montreal.