From the author’s new collection, Greedy Little Eyes
Canadian foreign policy has become a mishmash of conflicting priorities and half-baked initiatives. Can it be fixed?
On her blog A Theory of Ice, the virtually anonymous E writes about hockey with the passion of a religious convert. The American expatriate relives the barnstorming tour of Canadian rinks that made her a believer
Vincenzo Natali’s new film re-engineers the Cronenberg tradition
A lifelong fan finds himself at hockey games in America’s sunbelt, and understands for the first time the consequences of the nhl’s expansion south. The game we think is ours... isn’t
How Jamie Lee Hamilton changed the way we look at Canada’s underclass
Airport body scanners give new meaning to fear of flying
A federal resettlement program for Burmese Karen sees 4,000 refugees starting new lives in Canada
A new artwork commissioned for our pages
Will the G-20 stumble under its own weight?
From the forthcoming collection, Folk
Yann Martel and the Holocaust novel
How to take care of your life, your career, and your struggling man
Introducing the June 2010 issue of The Walrus
There’s something disturbing about the overwhelming happiness of Canada’s teenagers
Since 2002, Alberta’s wild horses have been picked off with brutal abandon. Who is responsible?
Download exclusive wallpaper from the June 2010 issue of The Walrus
Hope Springs Maternal, Bearing Witness, Northern Exposure, Reform School, and In Poor Taste