Lawrence Winkler is a physician, traveler, and natural philosopher. His molecules have morphed from medicine to manuscript. He lives with Robyn on Vancouver Island and in New Zealand, tending their gardens and vineyards, and dreams.
Is months behind almost every other country in MLI Covid Misery Index.
More cake anyone? How about another scoop of ice cream?
With a swipe of their palm.
India’s descent into Covid hell.
Forcing climbers to quarantine at base camp.
Controversial ‘Belt and Road’ deals with China.
The biomass industry is warming up the South’s economy, but many experts worry it’s doing the same to the climate. Will the Biden Administration embrace it, or cut it loose?
Louis Menand’s pragmatic liberalism.
Louis Menand on how the university came to absorb all of culture — and what happens next.
If you leave your health region in BC, starting Friday.
Gets cancelled by the humanists.
Turn out for free joints.
If philosophers and mathematicians struggle with probability, can gamblers really hope to grasp their losing game?
Ontario’s protocol for critical-care triage worries disability rights advocates.
A new critical biography of William Faulkner.
No, it’s out to crush the NDP and shame Conservatives.
Main rival to Canada’s Trudeau struggling to win voters’ attention as election looms.
Runs into trouble with economy heating up.
Rhea Tregebov on how amending a 2012 ‘fair dealing’ provision could help secure a brighter future for authors.