There’s an absence of stories for teens by teens, exploring how young people themselves see the world. In this new digital series, The Walrus has brought together young writers and artists from across Canada, ages thirteen through nineteen, and asked them to share the conversations, problems, and ideas that are critical to them—from politics to food, cancel culture to education.
Hope You’re Well
The last two years have put untold pressure on our bodies and minds. The Walrus explores the many ways our current health trends intersect with new technologies and larger changes accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the Love of the Game
In a new series on sports fandom, The Walrus explores the ecstasy, the agony, and the complex motivations behind why we cheer.
The transformations in where and how we live, exploring the meaning of home and how we relate to the spaces around us.
In Other Worlds: A Space Exploration
The stars are closer to home than we think.
The Indigenous stories we would rather be telling.
Common Ground: Power, polarization and the future of democracy
As Canada prepares for its next federal election, The Walrus answers an urgent question: How healthy is our democracy? This special series investigates what’s working, what’s under threat, and what’s broken.
Dirty Money: Seven Cases of Global Corruption
From kickback schemes to corporate funding of terror groups, this partnership between The Walrus and the Global Reporting Centre exposes those who’ve profited from others’ misery.
The Beauty Conversation
As our exterior lives continue to dominate our interior selves, writers, designers, and multimedia artists at The Walrus consider how we disrupt, define, and ultimately celebrate what we see in the mirror.
Sex Ed: Beyond the Classroom
For this special web series, The Walrus spoke with teens, parents, and educators nationwide, on what we get wrong—and right—about gender, intimacy, desire, and consent.
* This series won GOLD at the 2019 Digital Publishing Awards for Best Digital Editorial Package *
Opioids: A Public Health Crisis
In Canada, sixteen people are hospitalized every day from opioid poisoning on average. Last year, there were nearly 4,000 opioid-related deaths across the country. In this special web series, The Walrus delves into the stories behind these statistics to look at the lives of those affected by these drugs, the devastating effects of the crisis, and what can be done—today and in the future—to address it.