The Traditionalist René Lévesque
Was René Lévesque truly a leftist? Mathieu Bock-Côté explains that Lévesque loathed ideological radicalism above all things, and why Quebec's intelligentsia still has trouble understanding Lévesque's place in history.
How the English Invented the Scots
The obvious, belaboured role played by Scots in shaping Canada is really a facet of their wider role as empire-builders, writes C.P. Champion. The intertwined history of Scots and English suggests that if misery can make for strange bedfellows, so too can shared interests.