Will Sherritt International come to regret dealing with Communist Cuba? CEO Ian Delaney doesn’t think so
Canada is becoming a world leader in official apologies. Do they benefit anyone but the people offering them up?
A tale of endurance, remonstrance, and remembrance on the pilgrim’s trail in Spain
In implementing zero tolerance for sexual abuse, has the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario become a source of harm to the patients it’s trying to protect?
How urban planners are turning industrial eyesores into popular public spaces
Montreal’s young classical superstar, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, takes his place on the world stage
Is giving young Jews a taste of the homeland the best way to save Judaism?
A retrospective of werewolves in popular culture
Kelley Armstrong celebrates the animal within
Introducing the December 2009 issue of The Walrus
Keeping a place for thought experiments in an empirical age
Reckoning with the RCMP’s involvement in the demise of the Inuit sled dog