Back Issues

  • May/June 2015

    Artistic interventions in John A. Macdonald’s bicentennial celebrations. An activist roundtable on the federal election. The role of patriarchy in permaculture. The meaning of elections for Six Nations, the largest reserve in Canada. The new wave of food co-ops. Heritage hipsters and gentrification. An interview with members of Feeding My Family about food security in Nunavut. Regulatory headaches for small farmers. These features and more!

  • March/April 2015

    Feature stories on barriers to strategic political organizing, journalism internships, changes and challenges to Canada’s Indian Act, the deadly intersection of immigration and health care policy, bridging Palestine solidarity with Indigenous struggles at home, life and labour in the Alberta housing boom, and the winning entries of our fourth annual Writing in the Margins creative writing contest. Plus, book reviews and a commentary on call-out culture.

  • January/February 2015

    Queer love letters to the East Coast, Naomi Klein’s challenge to environmentalism, weight stigma and fat acceptance, queer empowerment on the Prairies, the tarsands’ impact on Great Lakes communities, and the sociology of board games. Plus, Glen Coulthard’s challenge to Canada’s colonial politics of recognition and a commentary on the Islamic State.

  • November/December 2014

    The work issue

    A roundtable discussion on women and capitalism. A photo essay from the Philippines on Canada’s temporary foreign worker program. Infographics on a labour movement in crisis. A feature investigation on migration, automation, and labour discipline from Michal Rozworski. Equity for Ontario’s midwives. Pushing back against privatization in the prison system. A gender transition at work. Plus, an interview with Candace Savage and John K. Samson!

  • September/October 2014

    This issue has feature articles on city politics and urban organizing, the rise of philanthrocapitalism, Inuit resistance to oil and gas exploration, Indigenous opposition to Canadian mining in Guatemala, solidarity networks in Honduras five years after the coup, the debate on sex work legislation, and the fight to sustain independent media today.

  • July/August 2014

    Our first ever colour issue includes critical stories on the Peoples’ Social Forum, queer mothering, gay sex on public transit, Indigenous land struggles (Tsilhqot’in in B.C. and Mi’kmaq in New Brunswick), Canadian radicals and the Spanish Civil War (with children’s illustrations from the war), and a photo essay on a Burmese migrant village built on a dump in Thailand. Plus, a book review on solidarity journalism from former editor Dave Oswald Mitchell.