2009.01

Jan/Feb 2009


The Lynching of Louie Sam

The Lynching of Louie Sam

In 1884, an American mob brought frontier justice to the Canadian border.
Rattle and Hum
Hello, Baghdad! A Kurdish singer rocks Iraq
Change of Pace
Former tobacco farmers have a bumper new crop to exploit: ginseng
Two Fables
Two short stories by Goran Simic
Feed-In Frenzy
A simple green tariff has transformed Germany. Why isn’t Canada following suit?
Mincemeat Pie
Your mother’s Christmas pudding recipe is all wrong
Persian Melodies
How Vancouver became a hub for Persian classical music
“Coca Si, Cocaina No”
The struggle to legitmize the coca leaf
A Film for Would-Be Immigrants
“We fade into a blistering sun... which detonates in a BLOOD EXPLOSION”
The Mountain That Eats Men
A descent into Bolivia’s dark heart, with a gallery from photographer Jason Rothe.
A Day in Vancouver Towne
...Being a Reckord of One Yank’s brefe encounters with Canada
The Future Has Begun
Vertical farms will take eating local to the next level — but are they safe?
Dream of the Last Shaker
We stream into the meetinghouse through two doors like twin cords...
The Archipelago of Fear
Are fortification and foreign aid making Kabul more dangerous?
Smooth Talk
From feedlots to noble rot: vines and wineries in Kings Country, Nova Scotia
Interview with Lynda Barry
Our comics blogger interviews Lynda Barry about her new book, What It Is
The Dictatorship of No Alternatives
Progressive economists are rethinking markets
Do You Know What You’re Eating?
Canadians want labels on GM foods. But would we understand them?
Getting It, Together
A path to mental health recovery in Toronto
Canadian Politics 101
Features and reports on Canadian party politics from The Walrus archives.
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