From axes and oxen to the perilous work of guiding logs downriver to market, Canada has a rich forestry history. by David Lee and Mark Collin Reid
Visits to Central Canada in 1886 gave some Plains First Nations chiefs a disturbing glimpse into their future. by Donald B. Smith and Doug Cuthand. Read the story
The Bank of Montreal, now 200 years old, has had a hand in many of Canada’s defining historical moments. by Laurence B. Mussio
From brewers, to rail barons, to oil-and-gas giants, these are some of the business tycoons who changed Canada. by Joseph E. Martin Read the story
On the cover
This colourized photograph of two men chopping down a large tree in British Columbia was taken about 1885 by an unknown photographer. It was gifted to the McCord Museum by Stanley G. Triggs.
Dieppe theory challenged. Praise for Dieppe article. American in the picture. A rainy day at Expo. Mental wealth. Uncomfortable truth.
Lost stories found. The voices of the Kaurs. Eye-popping art. Redesign breathes new life into the Canada Science and Technology Museum. New Inuit Art Centre is a bridge to the North.
A Dene loom bow involves a display of mathematical virtuosity.
Q&A: Marconi biographer Marc Raboy. Reviews: Coming and going. Grounded in culture. Executive animosity. More books: freedom on canvas, prairie dispossession, concrete towers, military manpower. Read them all
Solving a mystery surrounding John McCrae’s famous poem.
Indigenous Arts & Stories
Celebrating the work of young Indigenous writers and artists.
Portrait shows senior staff of a Canadian company that sold pills throughout Asia.