What You’re Reading
  1. Don’t Get Sick in Quebec by Toula Drimonis
  2. The Limits of Self-Care by Victoria Chan
  3. Why Alberta Is Bullying Its Cities by Tim Querengesser
  4. Canadians Keep Forgetting about the North by Eva Holland
  5. The End of Retirement by Cathrin Bradbury


  • A photo showing part of the face of a tired woman in scrubs staring directly at the camera with lights shining against a dark background behind her. Don’t Get Sick in Quebec - What happens when a government decides to prioritize language laws over nurses and doctors? by Toula Drimonis


Events
  • The Walrus Talks Nature - Exploring how nature and Canada’s trails can play a pivotal role in bolstering the environment, economy, and health of all Canadians

Podcasts

In this first episode of Imagine Canada 2080, we explore how looking decades ahead provides the space to explore what hopeful futures might look like for Canada. Featuring perspective-shifting conversations that acknowledge our country’s past and present challenges, this episode asks us to imagine what Canada could look like in 2080 and what we might do now to build a future we aspire to.

There is a gap between our anti-violence values and our competence and confidence to play an anti-violence role in real life, but Paulette Senior is determined to close it. Paulette is the CEO and President of the Canadian Women’s Foundation. She explains how confronting biases around gender-based violence is critical for supporting survivors and outlines what tools are available to those in crisis through the Canadian Women’s Foundation. This episode is presented by The Canadian Women’s Foundation.


In May 2023, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) commemorated its 150th anniversary. The federal police force – which originally started out as the North-West Mounted Police – is almost as old as the Dominion of Canada itself. This episode examines the complex and painful history of an institution that has historically mistreated Indigenous peoples and women. It also takes us back to the scene of one of the RCMP’s largest manhunts – the search for fugitive Albert Johnson, also known as “The Mad Trapper.”



Politics
Arts
  • A photo illustration of two versions of a bust of Greek historian Herodotus. On the left, the bust is in its original state fading into a dark background. On the right, the bust has gone through the process of yassification as if using a beauty filter, surrounded by heart-shaped like buttons against a blue and pink gradient background. Social Media Is Warping History - #History is huge on TikTok, where counterintuitive takes flatter users into thinking they know the “real” story by Colin Horgan
Environment

Health
  • A photo showing part of the face of a tired woman in scrubs staring directly at the camera with lights shining against a dark background behind her. Don’t Get Sick in Quebec - What happens when a government decides to prioritize language laws over nurses and doctors? by Toula Drimonis
Poetry

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