From Canada’s global cities to its Arctic Circle – from the country’s ongoing story of civil rights movements to languages under pressure – the writers in this issue upend the ways we imagine land, reconciliation, truth and belonging, revealing the histories of a nation’s future.
Guest-edited by Catherine Leroux and Madeleine Thien.
‘Years later, broken-chested beneath the axle of a Ford Mustang, he’ll dream back to a night on the shores of Mimeer Lake when he amphetamined through till dawn and cracked some asshat’s nose with his elbow and gave his virginity to Isabel Crease.’
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