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Preparing is Half the Adventure
Modern-day discoverer Adam Shoalts discusses risk taking, remoteness, and the role of research in his latest four-month solo trek through the Canadian Arctic into areas still untouched by human footprints.
Reading in the Dark
Ten must-read books to get you through the night.
A mirror for the "daily me"
Thinner, greener, smarter
Epic wins, every day
Colour for the colour blind
A new class of lightweight
Awake in the Amazon
A traveller shares his deep and incomplete reflection on an ayahuasca trip.
A Photo Essay by Nick Kozak
Missing and Murdered
Julian Brave NoiseCat interviews award-winning journalist Connie Walker about her podcast that brings light to one of Canada's darkest issues.
The most vivid memory I have of an eclipse is one of deep anxiety.
In today's digitally driven culture, where we share more about ourselves than ever before, companies are finding new, subtle ways to tap into an age-old marketing opportunity — our insecurity.
Changing the Conversation
Three YouTube creators are working to destigmatize their culture and maybe even learn a thing or two about themselves in the process.
Embracing Our Dark Reality
A collective of writers, artists, and thinkers is exploring the darkest realities of our time.
Preserving the Night Sky
Two astronomers discuss why the night sky we see today is different from what our grandparents saw.
Saving Endangered Languages
How one Mohawk community is reclaiming culture by revitalizing its mother tongue.
The Night Shift
Four Torontonians share the ins and outs of working outside the nine-to-five.
This Film is Available in Critical Audio
Blind film critic Tommy Edison reviews films for those seeking entertainment beyond sight.
The Dark Arts
Artist Kent Monkman subverts colonial myths and First Nations representation in his sesquicentennial exhibition.
Having Fun Watching Others Having Fun
Twitch has built an unlikely new platform for online entertainment.
The Mechanics of Stress
Push. Pull. Balance. Tug. Toss. Stress is as much a test of physical resilience as it is emotional. We hand-picked nine of the most stress-inducing, stress-relieving, and stress-splaining books we think are worth reading.