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July/August 2012


Margaret Atwood, Joseph Boyden, and Heather O’Neill revisit characters we have loved — or loved to hate, and David McGimpsey aims his poetic cannon at the Canadian canon; Alex Hutchinson explains how pushing the limits of brain science could bring Canadian marathoners Olympic glory; Sarah Milroy explores the evolving artists’ community in Cape Dorset, Nunavut; James Chatto ponders whether to cheer for his home (England) or adopted (Canada) country during the London Games...