- The Click - Sometimes we look younger than we are, sometimes much older, depending on how we’ve chosen to live with what we’ve seen
- What Is the Cost of a Cashless Society? - The trend toward digital payment could shortchange the country’s most vulnerable
- Are Quebec’s Most Beautiful Islands Doomed to Disappear? - The Magdalen Islands are being swallowed up by rising sea levels, leaving islanders with a stark choice: flee or stay
- How Canada’s Bob Dylan Ended up a Taxi Driver - Poet and songwriter Bill Hawkins rubbed elbows with Joni Mitchell, Jimi Hendrix, and other stars. Why didn’t he become one himself?
- How an Unstable US Threatens Canada’s National Security - American political violence could lead to unpredictable spillover events in Canada
Inside the July/August 2022 issue of The Walrus
Our Summer Reading double issue, featuring fiction from Ian Williams, Sarah Totton, and Jay Teitel and poetry from Rhiannon Ng Cheng Hin, Susan Musgrave, and Terese Mason Pierre.
➔ The Surprising Appeal of Winnipeg’s Garbage Hill
➔ How a Tourette’s Diagnosis Helped Me Understand Who I Am
➔ Ruffled Feathers: How Feral Peacocks Divided a Small Town
➔ Clearing Out: BC’s Logging Industry Sets Its Sights on the US
The oil and gas industry is under pressure to accelerate towards a decarbonized future. These efforts require bold and courageous leadership. Who better to change an oil and gas company from the inside out than its first Chief Climate Officer, Martha Hall Findlay.
- Why the Voting Age Needs to be Lowered to Sixteen - The time to address climate change and inequality is running out. Young people deserve to have our say—while we still can
- Ask a Weather Expert: Is the Humidex Just Hot Air? - The formula was developed in 1965, but some experts say the sweaty signifier is flawed