The Afghan torture scandal. The Arar affair. Adscam. The Bush years. Given so many cautionary tales, why are Canadians still letting the government hide public information?
Who is Michael Ignatieff? Why does he want to run the country? And does he have what it takes, not only to defeat Stephen Harper, but also — first things first — to bring peace to his own party?
Does Canada’s “Top Secret” sports technology program undermine the Olympic spirit?
A modest proposal from a concerned citizen
A new way to gauge public opinion
No one made sketch comedy, that most Canadian of comic forms, like the Kids in the Hall — which makes their return to television a big deal
Class Dismissed, Duly Noted, A Lost Cause, and Safer Trip
Duelling interviews with Mark McKinney and Bruce McCulloch of Kids in the Hall
Download exclusive artwork for your computer from our January/February 2010 issue
The dawn of private broadcasting
And how Lady Chatterley wrote our obscenity law
Vincent Lam’s miraculous book goes under the knife for television
Revisiting his hometown in a photographic series of miniature dioramas, the artist presents life and death in northwestern Ontario, writ small
What should Canadians be looking for in our next prime minister?
Will the promise of the Northwest Passage finally be realized?