Born of Fire & Blood:When John McCrae wrote “In Flanders Fields” a hundred years ago, he unleashed a force more powerful than any weapon of war.
Also in this issue - Water Ways: From flimsy skin boats, to graceful canoes, to powerful steamboats, vessels of one kind or another have carried people over the waterways of Canada's West. | The Twisted Genius of George Feyer: He became Canada's most celebrated cartoonist but fame could not erase his dark side. |Lasting Liberation: Seventy years ago, Canadian soldiers freed the Netherlands from brutal Nazi occupation. Generations later, the Dutch have not forgotten.
Regular features: Christopher Moore, Currents, Trading Post, Destinations, Album, Book Reviews.
History Matters: Oral history gives a voice to people who don't usually appear in history books.