An essay by a Canadian convicted of murder
How has Nigel Wright, Stephen Harper’s new chief of staff, reached the top of the business and political worlds without making enemies?
What do you get when you cross a polar bear with a grizzly?
When the American Right needed courtroom-ready arguments against gay marriage, it looked to three academics from McGill
Legalizing marijuana would benefit everyone: cops, taxpayers, and victims of crime. Everyone, that is, but the stoners
Desktop wallpaper for your computer
Letting go of the French-English duality
There was nothing here for a man like him
Third in a series of onstage conversations on matters vital to today’s thought leaders, opinion makers, and policy creators
Second in a series of onstage conversations on matters vital to today’s thought leaders, opinion makers, and policy creators
Suicide Solution; Mappy Days; Harsh Territory; Taxing Affair; Civil Engagement; Cor!; and Tusk, Tusk
Imagining a future in which water is the new oil
For decades, Canada has been a world leader in the production of medical isotopes. So why did the government announce that it was dumping the entire program?
What will happen when computers become smarter than people?
Reimagining a sacred space