2011.01

January/February 2011

 

The Lost Canadians

The Lost Canadians

They should be living in Manitoba, but due to a map-maker’s error they’re living in Minnesota. The Americans of Angle Township
The Morgentaler Effect
What the champion of reproductive rights has to teach the right-to-die movement
Meet You at the Door
There was no dodging the voice of the dead
For Prophet
What Canada could learn from Islamic finance
Memento Mirmy
The boneyard aesthetic of Vancouver’s Mirmy Winn
The Assassination of the Canadian Kid
Remembering a little-known hero of Australian independence
The Healing
Quebec Cree revive traditional medicine to cure a modern disease
The Return of Gold Fever
One of Canada’s pre-eminent photojournalists explores one of man’s oldest obsessions in the heart of the Brazilian Amazon
Mary, Queen of Hearts
Mary Pickford’s number one fan shows Canadians America’s Sweetheart
Civil and Civic
Madam Premier
How Eva Aariak is reinventing the politics of the North
Uncivilizing Influences
What makes a video game “addictive”?
Portraits of Women in Nunavut
A special companion to Lisa Gregoire’s “Madam Premier”
Editor’s Note
The plight of Canadian cities
Careful What You Pray For
Howdy, Neighbour
Three prime ministers reckon with Dubya
Letters
Chasing the Dragon; Badda Byng; House of Cards; Inveterate; Rye Wit; Tusk, Tusk
Desktop Wallpaper: On Press
Download exclusive artwork from the making of the current cover
Craving Corrie
Coronation Street — the quintessentially British soap opera that turns fifty this year — attracts 1.3 million Canadian viewers a night. Why?
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