The December 2016 Issue

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Jessica Johnson shows how Canada is finally cool; Lauren McKeon introduces the women who hate feminism; Deni Ellis Béchard on how Jack Kerouac's French-Canadian roots hold the key to his literary identity; Molly Hays makes the case for prison farms; Gerry Bowler reveals the dark history of Christmas...

Arts & Culture

Cleaning Up Christmas

It wasn’t always ho-ho-ho

Justice

Crops and Robbers

How prison farms can help fill employment gaps and rehabilitate inmates

Memoir

Geek Love

Growing up gay was tough for my twin brother. Dungeons & Dragons made life easier

Business

Solving Canada’s Innovation Problem

Why do we export so many world-class business ideas to the rest of the world?

Health

No Vacancy

For the disabled, finding a place to live often takes years

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