The Big Questions of Canada: How can Canada be a global leader? Does Canadian culture need protecting? Is gender equality achievable? What does it mean to be a nation of immigrants? Does federalism have a future? How do we achieve true reconciliation? Special Essay Package written by some of Canada's top writers.
Also in this issue Rooted in Resilience: Long before Confederation, Indigenous people had their own complex systems of rights, rules, and responsibilities. | Mission Impossible: As an eleventh hour stand-in for the world's fair, Montreal scrambled to get Expo 67 ready on time. | Canada's First Separatist: Joseph Howe was determined to keep his beloved Nova Scotia from being forced into Confederation. | True or False: While celebrating Canada's birthday, Canadians might want to take some time to separate myth from fact. | Forgotten Father: Sir Étienne-Paschal Taché was the little-known game-changer of Confederation. | Where History Was Made: The protection of a French fort in Nova Scotia one hundred years ago launched Canada's National Historic Sites system.
Regular features: Christopher Moore, History Matters, Currents, Trading Post, Explorations, Album, Book Reviews. BONUS: Summer Reading Guide