Donn Short (Manitoba): Queering Schools, GSAs and the Law: Taking on God. Alan Sears considers whether the graphic novel version of the Communist Manifesto from Red Quill Press can do the work of the Quebec students’ red square. What is Canadian cuisine, anyway? Losing the land again: Kyle Carsten Wyatt on the risks of privatizing property on First Nations reserves. The decent fix for aboriginal rights: Aboriginal peoples of Canada deserve justice, says Barbara Amiel, but negotiations will be complicated. Does Canada still stand for something? Resistance begins with remembering who we are. The Accidental Activist: Energy economist, Nobel laureate, and former government adviser Mark Jaccard found himself blocking a coal train. Selling out for survival: If The Walrus wants to continue to survive it needs to sell what the editorial team calls ad space and what some readers call its soul.