The battle for the northern headwaters of the Mackenzie River
The Polaris Prize rewards Canada’s not-so-independent indie musicians
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Original French version: A Québécois historian examines the undercurrents of La Révolution Tranquille, fifty years after it began
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Canada’s founding industry makes a comeback
How the fear of rejection over garbage collection just might save the environment
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A Québécois historian examines the undercurrents of La Révolution Tranquille, fifty years after it began
Life in a time of rapacious cultural egalitarianism
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How Canada forgot — and then rediscovered — Sir Sam Steele
Wyndham Lewis hated his native Canada, but his ideas helped shape the nation