Colin D. Pearce (Clemson): The Tory Touch: True North and Old South. From C2C Journal, a special issue on the Charter of Rights and Freedoms at 30. Civil Warrior: Vancouver lawyer Joseph Arvay is the best interpreter of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms — no one, perhaps, has had more influence on contemporary Canadian life and values. From Maclean’s, how much Canada does the world need? Northern Reflection: Will Canada’s territories eventually become provinces? From The Salisbury Review, Ricardo Duchesne on the fall of British Vancouver and the rise of “Pacific” Canada. Will Quebec blackmail Canada again? Joanna Baron wants to know. John Ryan on how Quebec independence would not be the end of Canada. La Province Narcissique: It hardly seems possible, but Quebec is more self-absorbed today than it was fifty years ago. As others see us: Glimpses of Canada through other literary eyes. From The Brock Review, Jim Betts on why Canadians can't write musicals. Debate: Be it resolved that Canada is progressive (and more). Rodney A. Clifton on the “tolerant” university. Brad Plumer on how Canada is well-prepared for a zombie invasion.