How an apartheid-era psychiatrist went from torturing gay soldiers in South Africa to sexually abusing patients in Alberta
Richard Poplak (richardpoplak.com) is the author of The Sheikh’s Batmobile; Ja, No, Man; Kenk: A Graphic Portrait; and Braking Bad: Chasing Lance Armstrong and the Cancer of Corruption, an ebook.
Christine Sinclair, the greatest female soccer player in the world, won’t get the career she deserves
How the success of electronic dance music heralds its demise
Tennis pro Milos Raonic has poise, drive, and a killer serve. Is that enough to make him a superstar?
No other sport reveals a country’s soul as well as soccer does (yeah, we said it, Don Cherry). So what does our neglect of the beautiful game say about us? A patriot explains why it should be Canada’s national sport