On the eve of Ontario’s referendum, a young voter makes the
case for overhauling the country’s electoral system
Was Joe DiMaggio’s fifty-six-game hitting streak the greatest feat in all of sports or merely a product of its time?
Roger Martin, dean of the Rotman School of Management,
tells Walrus editor Ken Alexander that in the global economy
Canada has one choice: be a little guppy or a big fish
Qatar’s expats confront tragedy
More than thirty years after publication, St. Urbain’s Horseman finally hits the screen
An artistic look at life underground, from the Paleolithic to now.
China is undertaking the most ambitious environmental restoration in history
For challenging a policy that discriminated against certain refugees, a federal employee’s career was ruined. Despite being cleared, he still awaits justice. NMA nominee: Politics and Public Interest
The things we leave behind when we die. NMA nominee: One of a Kind
Margaret Atwood’s The Penelopiad brings forgotten corners of myth to light on stage
In some form, most of us teach. Here’s why we should do it more often
The last days of a one-time leper colony
Lesser-known facts about Joe DiMaggio, the baseball legend who hit in an unbelievable 56 consecutive games in 1941, a major league record.
A close encounter with Jean Chrétien
David Simon’s The Wire is at the vanguard of a storytelling revolution that is changing the way we watch TV
An online photo essay presented in sponsorship of picturesfestival.com
A Mexican experiment that went too well