Cover of the June issue of The Walrus magazine.

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

Ask a Weather Expert: Is the Humidex Just Hot Air?


Many generations of Indigenous people have been living in a sort of horizontal survival mode – because their vertical lineage leads straight back to truths such as the 60s scoop, residential schools, and treaties. Chief Cadmus Delorme is currently Chief of the Cowessess First Nation and he spoke at The Walrus Talks: What’s Next?

Tajja Isen, the former digital editor of, now editor-in-chief at Catapult magazine, talks about her new book, Some of my Best Friends: Essays on Lip Service. It’s an essay collection about race, justice, and the limits of good intentions.

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.


  • Black and white portrait of James Langer superimposed on an orange background. New Adventures in Hi-Fi - No bread crumbs left to return us, but diversions / Lobbed beyond a blind hill into the unforeseeable by James Langer


  • An illustration of a man watching as a city is engulfed by a giant wave. The Wave - I have already determined exactly where the wave will hit and at what time by Rawi Hage