September 4 – 17, 2014

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2014-09-04 - cover by Myron Campbell

BACK TO SCHOOL

Do This, Not That, And Don’t Panic Higher education has its own set of rules. Here are some of them | by mostly Chris Kirkland with a little Stephen Whitworth READ

Welcome To The Pub Congrats on your legality. Now don’t be a dick about it | by Chris Kirkland READ

NEWS & OPINION

NATION Prepare To Engage Conservative foes ramp up their plans for 2015 | by Gregory Beatty READ

EDITORIAL Real Men Have Vaginas It’s the hair style, not the sex , that makes the barber | by Stephen Whitworth READ

POLITICS Déjà Vu in Edinburgh Scotland’s vote recalls the 1995 Quebec referendum | by John F. Conway READ

WORLD The Kagame Dilemma Is a murdering dictator Rwanda’s best option? | by Gwynne Dyer READ

SCIENCE MATTERS A Bitter Spill Mount Polley is a wake-up call for Canada’s mining industry | by David Suzuki READ

LIFE

CITIZEN X Meet The Shoemaster Harold Hague: businessman, volunteer, veteran and mensch | by Vanda Schmöckel READ

SPORTS  Halfway There A mid-season look at everyone’s favourite green team | by Gregory Beatty READ

QCC There Goes The Neighbourhood | READ

ARTS

BOOKS Making Things Write Dave Margoshes’ protagonist has become stuck over time | by Stephen LaRose READ

FILM REVIEW Snowpiercer  | by Jorge Ignacio Castillo READ

FILM Hnetflix| by Shane Hnetka READ

MUSIC Beautiful Animal Megan Lane takes her songwriting in a bold new direction | by Chris Morin READ

ALBUM REVIEWS J Mascis / Wooden Sky / Sloan / Rich Aucoin | READ