Canada's Queen: Britain's longest-reigning monarch kept calm and carried on through seventy years of personal and political turmoil.
Also in this issue: Royal Dissent: The death of Queen Elizabeth II opens a debate about whether a British monarch should remain Canada's head of state. | Rising from the Ashes: A working-class district in Nova Scotia's capital was rebuilt as a model neighbourhood after the Halifax explosion. | At Cross Purposes: Quebec's Bill 21 is the culmination of a decades-long struggle to come to terms with the province's Catholic past. | We Were the Lucky Ones: Three former players on a residential school hockey team recall the reality behind the snapshots of their 1951 exhibition tour.
Regular features: Currents, Trading Post, Roots, Books, History Matters, and Album.
Plus our annual Book and Gift Guide.