Excerpted from the author’s forthcoming debut collection
Is Canada’s penal system for women making or breaking Renée Acoby?
In cities and villages alike, a country seeking change clings tightly to its past
Introducing the March 2010 issue of The Walrus
Do the Paralympic Games encourage athletes to win big by aiming low?
The National Gallery’s acquisition of Voice of Fire created a massive controversy. Could it happen today?
In conversation with polar wildlife photographer Paul Nicklen
At a special weight loss program for men, the author discovers that the only way to stop overeating is to start believing
Science fiction contains worlds of wonder, but without love it’s lonely in space
Download exclusive wallpaper from the March 2010 issue of The Walrus
Two recent novels illuminate immigrants’ different experiences in English and French Canada
Atonement, Havana Affair, and Pilgrim’s Progress
Are we finally ready to take Rush seriously?
The Vancouver you see, and the one you don’t
Captivated by an endangered avian species, the former director of the Calgary Zoo becomes the world’s foremost expert in its propagation
A new free trade deal implicates Canada in Peru’s Indian Problem