September 17 – 30, 2015

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2015-09-17 cover, by Myron Campbell

THE FALL ARTS GUIDE

COMIC Murray Geister | by Dakota McFadzean READ

CITY Big Hole At The Hall Regina’s city manager is retiring. Who cares? You should. | by Paul Dechene READ

NEWS What Just Happened? READ

ELECTION FEATURE Red Redemption? From Trudeaumania to Pepper Spray Jean, Justin’s got baggage. | by Paul Dechene READ

ELECTION FEATURE An Orange Wave Rising Canada’s Official Opposition eyes its first government | by Gregory Beatty READ

ELECTION FEATURE A Green Light Saving the planet? Election reform? It’s all in a day’s work | by Gregory Beatty READ

ELECTION FEATURE The Blue Doom Hate Canada? Loathe facts? Despise science? Here’s your man | by Stephen Whitworth READ

WORLD Should We Ban LAWS? Robot weapons aren’t the menace some think but they’re still bad | by Gwynne Dyer READ

OPINION Meet The Oil Lobby CAPP trashes environmental regulations to push petroleum | by Gillian Steward READ

SCIENCE MATTERS The Lying Lowdown Climate change deniers still peddle fibs. Fewer of us buy them | by David Suzuki READ

SCIENCE Secrets Of Owl Barf Biologists study prairie life one regurgitated lump at a time | by Gregory Beatty READ

PINTS The Old And The New Montréal’s beer scene is a great mix of classic and new | by Jason Foster READ

MUSIC Bands In Harmony Belle Plaine and Blake Berglund went west with their friends | by Emmet Matheson READ

ART Genda’s Hedgy Art How a London shrub reflects on Moholy-Nagy and Malevich | by Gregory Beatty READ

FILM Needs More Meat Eli Roth cannibalizes a classic in The Green Inferno| by Jorge Ignacio Castillo READ

FILM Been There Seen That Sicario looks great but there’s not much going on | by Jorge Ignacio Castillo READ

FILM Pointless Exercise Baddies’ dumb plans force dull teens to run around | by Jorge Ignacio Castillo READ

FILM Hnetflix | by Shane Hnetka READ

QCC Patch Perfect | by Anonymous READ