The battle for the northern headwaters of the Mackenzie River
She has a tiny gun, an old-fashioned revolver with a sparkly handle like someone dipped it in glitter
How Canada forgot — and then rediscovered — Sir Sam Steele
Wyndham Lewis hated his native Canada, but his ideas helped shape the nation
The Polaris Prize rewards Canada’s not-so-independent indie musicians
Everyone’s a Critic, The High Life, Starving Artists, Bon Mots, Bailout, More Myths, and Undercover
Canada’s founding industry makes a comeback
Twenty-five years ago, Margaret Atwood published her Big Book. What should we make of what she’s done since?
Download two exclusive wallpapers from the October 2010 issue of The Walrus
A Québécois historian examines the undercurrents of La Révolution Tranquille, fifty years after it began
The Conservatives have been turning the clock back on women’s rights — but you have to look closely to tell
Many Canadian immigrants return to their homelands. What do they take back with them?
Life in a time of rapacious cultural egalitarianism
How the fear of rejection over garbage collection just might save the environment
Original French version: A Québécois historian examines the undercurrents of La Révolution Tranquille, fifty years after it began
On the set of Barney’s Version, with Dustin Hoffman, Paul Giamatti, and the ghost of Mordecai Richler