What you’re reading
  1. Kill the Travel Bug: The Case for Staying Put by Lucy Ellmann
  2. How Do You Save Four Million Canadians From Hunger? by Raizel Robin
  3. How Universal Basic Income Will Save the Economy by Max Fawcett
  4. Myth by Terese Mason Pierre
  5. Soil by Bertrand Bickersteth

  • Photo illustration of the poet Matt Robinson The Pickup Skater - His passes—those on-ice / em dashes—as silky or fit-to-be-tied as jaunty cravats by Matt Robinson


Inside the November 2021 issue of The Walrus

The stateless Canadian, the power of peat, the student mental health crisis, and why the RCMP is so resistant to reform. PLUS: Will a Canadian team ever win the Stanley Cup again?

Ask an Expert: Will a Canadian Team Ever Win the Stanley Cup Again?

Citizen of Nowhere: The Complicated Limbo of Deepan Budlakoti

How the Polaris Prize Pictures the Music

Editor’s Letter: Why We Don’t Endorse Political Candidates


The Conversation Piece: Steve Shih and Breast Cancer Awareness Month

When it comes to building research facilities for fighting cancer, bigger is not always better.

Climate Change Hope with Katharine Hayhoe

Katharine Hayhoe’s new book,Saving Us: A Climate Scientist’s Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World, is a practical and compassionate guide for talking about climate change across differences.

Bandwidth: What You Need to Know About Cybersecurity

It’s being called the “cyber pandemic.” With a rapid increase in online activity, cybersecurity has become more important than ever. How have fraud practices evolved?


  • Myth by Terese Mason Pierre
  • Soil by Bertrand Bickersteth


  • Illustration of a wave crashing against people on a subway platform. Seahorse - Mr. Simbatye’s body had not yet begun to wither, but she opened the window in case his soul required an avenue of escape. Also because of the smell by Alix Ohlin