August 17–30, 2017

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Comic Murray Geister | by Dakota McFadzean

Editorial Brad Wall Comes Down Some notes from an eventful summer in Saskatchewan politics | by Stephen Whitworth

City Hall They Smote Sanctuary The sparkle in delegate’s eyes couldn’t keep a good motion alive | by Paul Dechene

Politics A Bunch Of Nonsense Grant Devine, alternative facts and the Tory caucus fraud scandal | by John F. Conway

World The Reagan Gambit Trump’s Venezuela threats are like the Grenada invasion, but dumb | by Gwynne Dyer

Science Matters An Overdue Review Changing the Environmental Protection Act could boost human rights | by David Suzuki

Science The Road Less Lit Dark Skies advocates make the case for dimming city lights | by Gregory Beatty

Art Sparkle Of Divinity Transmundane blinks and twinkles on the shiny side of numinosity | by Gregory Beatty

Film Just Enough Luck Soderbergh’s return to feature films is okay I guess | by Jorge Ignacio Castillo

Film Hnetflix | by Shane Hnetka

Film Killer, With Filler Film’s most overrepresented trade: still good for a laugh | by Jorge Ignacio Castillo

Film Best of Enemies How carpooling brought peace to Northern Ireland  | by Jorge Ignacio Castillo

Music My Music | with Malika Sellami