After the Pandemic
Following a tumultuous year of lockdowns and loss, Canadians are wondering, what comes next? Canada’s experience of past disease outbreaks may provide clues to the post-pandemic future. by Christopher J. Rutty
Cornelius Krieghoff’s acclaimed paintings of nineteenth-century Canada are found in galleries and private collections around the world. But many of the works attributed to him are actually forgeries. by Jon S. Dellandrea
Escape from Russia
How the CPR’s immigration machine paved the way for one family’s early twentieth-century move to Canada. by Gerrie Kautz
Drawing the Line
Remembering Duncan Macpherson, one of Canada’s most talented — and turbulent — editorial political cartoonists. by Terry “Aislin” Mosher
On the cover
A forged “Krieghoff” painted by a contemporary painter, based on Krieghoff’s Calling the Moose, circa 1860.
Worth remembering. Fields of study.
From the Archives: Sketches of friendship. Indigenous renaming effort in Edmonton. Remembering Vimy Ridge. Black history on display. Visions of sustainable living.
An Inuit elder sold distinctive facial jewellery to a ship’s captain.
B.C. mill town features a historic planned townsite. Inuit art centre opens in Winnipeg.
Reviews: Reviews: A Canadian miracle. Supporting roles. Sweeping synthesis. Velvet over iron. More books: Wild expedition, demanding rights, resistance that mattered, transatlantic steamer. Read them all
Summer Reading Guide
Our special advertising section includes history, fiction, and other books for Canadian readers.
Skateboard park donor gave youth the gift of history.
An Alberta family displays hope and resilience amid the hard times of the dirty thirties.