In 1884, an American mob brought frontier justice to the Canadian border.
A path to mental health recovery in Toronto
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We stream into the meetinghouse through two doors like twin cords...
Hello, Baghdad! A Kurdish singer rocks Iraq
Two short stories by Goran Simic
Your mother’s Christmas pudding recipe is all wrong
Progressive economists are rethinking markets
Canadians want labels on GM foods. But would we understand them?
Former tobacco farmers have a bumper new crop to exploit: ginseng
The struggle to legitmize the coca leaf
Features and reports on Canadian party politics from The Walrus archives.
A simple green tariff has transformed Germany. Why isn’t Canada following suit?
Vertical farms will take eating local to the next level — but are they safe?
How Vancouver became a hub for Persian classical music
From feedlots to noble rot: vines and wineries in Kings Country, Nova Scotia
A descent into Bolivia’s dark heart, with a gallery from photographer Jason Rothe.
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Are fortification and foreign aid making Kabul more dangerous?
Our comics blogger interviews Lynda Barry about her new book, What It Is