From Bloomberg Businessweek, Brendan Borrell on the Great Canadian Maple Syrup Heist. Andrew Reeves on Canada's roadmap to becoming a resource superpower. Why did they strike? A political generation gap — invisible to most Anglos — separates Quebec students and parents. FromThe Walrus, what’s green and white and loved all over? Robert Calder on the mystique of the Saskatchewan Roughriders; locking up offenders does little to prevent crime or make us safer: Daniel Baird on the history behind our impulse to punish; and Canada’s Most Unwanted: With rising infertility rates and the availability of foreign infants declining, some 30,000 children in government care have a better shot at finding a family. Scrapping welfare: Hugh Segal on the case for guaranteeing all Canadians an income above the poverty line. Virginia Galt on the changing face of the Canadian family. Rising anger of Canada's First Nations over living conditions. What's it going to take before Canada starts acting with integrity? Idling while Canada burns: Celia Brauer on lessons we can learn from First Nations. Daniel Davies identifies himself as a Canadatheist. BookThug has become a Canadian institution — publishing punk poetry and topping lit awards lists — on a DIY ethos and a shoestring budget.