The June 2013 Issue

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Richard Poplak profiles Christine Sinclair, the world’s greatest female soccer player; Matthew J. Bellamy explains how Labatt made Canada a nation of beer drinkers; Alison Motluk questions whether strep throat is making children mentally ill; Jay Ingram ponders the knuckleball; fiction by Craig Davidson…


A Feverish Debate

Are common bacterial infections making children mentally ill?


The Game Not Played

Christine Sinclair, the greatest female soccer player in the world, won’t get the career she deserves


Under the Influence

Beer is to Canada as wine is to France. How Labatt and its allies brewed up a nation of beer drinkers


I Do

Why marriage still matters


Freedom for Religion

“Thank God for Canada”