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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
On the eve of Ontario’s referendum, a young voter makes the
case for overhauling the country’s electoral system
An artistic look at life underground, from the Paleolithic to now.
Lesser-known facts about Joe DiMaggio, the baseball legend who hit in an unbelievable 56 consecutive games in 1941, a major league record.
David Simon’s The Wire is at the vanguard of a storytelling revolution that is changing the way we watch TV
Margaret Atwood’s The Penelopiad brings forgotten corners of myth to light on stage
Was Joe DiMaggio’s fifty-six-game hitting streak the greatest feat in all of sports or merely a product of its time?
More than thirty years after publication, St. Urbain’s Horseman finally hits the screen
A Mexican experiment that went too well
China is undertaking the most ambitious environmental restoration in history
The things we leave behind when we die. NMA nominee: One of a Kind
The last days of a one-time leper colony
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
In some form, most of us teach. Here’s why we should do it more often
A close encounter with Jean Chrétien
Qatar’s expats confront tragedy