• Collage of a Chevrolet Impala in red superimposed on a grayscale photo of an empty country road. The Mission - Saint Mary’s River coldly wrought the edge of the Mission to the north, blocking the Mission’s expansion toward the reserve’s hoodoos by Troy Sebastian / Nupqu ʔa·kǂ am̓



Do you know a teen who dreams of being a writer?

The 2022 Amazon Canada First Novel Award is currently seeking submissions for the Youth Short Story category.
The prize is $5000 and a mentorship with The Walrus. The deadline to submit is January 31, 2022.

Events

Cover of the Jan/Feb issue of The Walrus magazine.

Inside the Jan/Feb 2022 issue of The Walrus

The growth of green investing, when spouses become caregivers, menopause myths, and how the supply chain stole Christmas.

Plus: editor-in-chief Jessica Johnson on the future of journalism.


Ask a Supply Chain Expert: Are Product Shortages Our New Normal?

Podcasts

According to Devyani Saltzman, who has led programming at the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Banff Centre, while we are getting better at promoting the individual people, we don’t do enough to create a safe space for true systemic change for diversity and representation in our culture.


In this episode, we look at how far science has come in breeding drought-resistant crops to help farmers adapt to both floods and water scarcity, and at where it’s headed as we try to feed an ever-expanding human population.

Hear from two mayors about the necessity of the internet, the impact of the pandemic, collaborations that have emerged and the challenges they’re facing in ensuring their citizens have access to fast speeds.



Politics
Arts
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Health
Poetry

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Fiction
  • Collage of a Chevrolet Impala in red superimposed on a grayscale photo of an empty country road. The Mission - Saint Mary’s River coldly wrought the edge of the Mission to the north, blocking the Mission’s expansion toward the reserve’s hoodoos by Troy Sebastian / Nupqu ʔa·kǂ am̓

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