2012.09

September 2012


The Harper Doctrine: Once a Criminal, Always a Criminal

The Harper Doctrine: Once a Criminal, Always a Criminal

Liberal and Conservatives have agreed that our criminal justice system should rehabilitate offenders — until now
The Ace Age
Tennis pro Milos Raonic has poise, drive, and a killer serve. Is that enough to make him a superstar?
Deconstructing Dieppe
Seventy years ago, Canada suffered 3,367 casualties in a battle whose name remains a metaphor for military disaster
Editor’s Note
A New Politics?
Alberta strategist Stephen Carter takes the high road to victory
Le Québécois Libre
Film director Xavier Dolan embodies the dynamism of the Arcade Fire generation, but with a vision all his own
Southern Exposure
MASS MoCA has launched the largest exhibition of Canadian art ever mounted outside Canada
Teenage Dreams
After twenty-five years, Degrassi remains popular culture’s most honest depiction of teen life
Hearsay
Manufacturing Taste
The (un)natural history of Kraft Dinner — a dish that has shaped not only what we eat, but also who we are
Letters
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly; Tangled Web; Individual Mandate; Questionable Tactics; A Line in the Oil Sand; Tusk-Tusk
Pop and the Tax Question
An economist’s modest proposal to address the obesity epidemic
The Long March
On the front lines with Quebec’s student protesters
Jungle Guardian
A superhero assumes the fate of the Congo
Trust Fund
The Gloves Are On
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