The politics of gay donation
Canada’s Most Unwanted
With rising infertility rates and the availability of foreign infants declining, some 30,000 children in government care have a better shot at finding a family
Dark One Rising
Embedded with the .01 Percent
In her new book, Plutocrats, journalist Chrystia Freeland reveals the troubling hegemony of the world’s most exclusive club: billionaires
Flesh and Numbers
When the iPad came out, with its too-perfect price of $499, the Gustavsons discussed the matter like sensible business people, and decided that Salma would let Tom sodomize her for the money during a trip they had already planned to Montreal
His One Demand
Kalle Lasn, the revolutionary publisher of Adbusters, is the brains behind the Occupy movement. Next up: a takedown of classical economic theory
How to Feed Nine Billion
Droughts, commodity speculation, and growing demand are placing an unprecedented strain on our global food system. Can we avoid a full-blown crisis?
Schooled; Orange Crush; Two Solitudes
Screening one of Canada’s oldest documentaries on the shores of Alert Bay
The God Particle
What explains the current wave of popular physics?
The Walrus Reads
Six new titles of note
Under One Queen
What’s Green and White and Loved All Over?
The mystique of the Saskatchewan Roughriders