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“As a physi­cian, I of­ten see ex­am­ples of in­sti­tu­tional racism in our health care sys­tem. I’ve come to re­al­ize that peo­ple aren’t aware of the level of dis­crim­i­na­tion that still ex­ists in Canada. The fact that we don’t col­lect racial data in our health records pre­vents us from hav­ing in­formed con­ver­sa­tions about the well­be­ing of marginal­ized com­mu­ni­ties.” — Mo­jola Omole (“In­sult, then In­jury,” p. 13) has ap­peared on the CBC’S Here and Now and is forth­com­ing in Quartz. “I used to think of sex­ual ed­u­ca­tion in a sim­plis­tic way: peo­ple who learn about en­thu­si­as­tic con­sent have clearer con­ver­sa­tions and, con­se­quently, ex­pe­ri­ence less sex­ual as­sault. Af­ter writ­ing this story, I’ve come to un­der­stand that the prob­lem is not whether women are heard but whether they are also re­spected, heeded, and val­ued.” — Sarah Bar­mak (“Sex­ual Evo­lu­tion,” p. 30) is a Toronto jour­nal­ist and au­thor. Her first book, Closer: Notes from the Or­gas­mic Fron­tier of Fe­male Sex­u­al­ity, was pub­lished in 2016. “Pop music is the most ubiq­ui­tous art form: it’s in our cars, in shop­ping malls, and in restau­rants. So when we an­a­lyze pop, we’re ex­am­in­ing not only the song or artist but also the broader au­di­ence, our main­stream cul­ture, and how we live col­lec­tively in so­ci­ety. This feels like a crit­i­cal dis­cus­sion to be hav­ing right now.” — Tariq Hus­sain’s (“Skip the Cho­rus,” p. 63) next solo al­bum, Tele­grams, will be re­leased this year. Tal­lu­lah Fontaine (il­lus­tra­tions, p. 10, 66) has pro­duced work for Teen Vogue, West Elm, and Vice Im­pact.

Paul Gal­lant(“Sys­tem Up­date,” p. 16) is the ex­ec­u­tive ed­i­tor of Bold mag­a­zine. He’s writ­ten for Cana­dian Busi­ness, the Globe and Mail, and Na­tional Ge­o­graphic Trav­eller In­dia.

Michael Ge­orge Haddad (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 16) is an art di­rec­tor at Beau’s Brew­ing Com­pany. His work has ap­peared in Wired, the New York Times, and the Globe and Mail.

Josh Holi­naty (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 19) cre­ated the app Kis­s­the­dog, which gen­er­ates dog il­lus­tra­tions. His work has ap­peared in Euro­man.

Ni­cholas Hune-brown (“Busi­ness or Plea­sure?” p. 19) is the fea­tures ed­i­tor at The Lo­cal.

Robert Jago (“The Deadly Racism of Thun­der Bay,” p. 38) is a fre­quent contributor to The Wal­rus.

Si­mon Lewsen (“The Free­land World,” p. 22) con­trib­utes reg­u­larly to The Wal­rus, the Globe and Mail, and De­sign­lines.

Went­ing Li (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 52) has had her work pub­lished in the Globe and Mail, Cana­dian Liv­ing, and The Feather­tale Re­view.

Nyla Matuk (poem, p. 51) is the 2017/2018 Morde­cai Rich­ler writer in res­i­dence at Mcgill Univer­sity. Denise Nestor ( il­lus­tra­tion, p. 22) is a Dublin-based il­lus­tra­tor and artist whose clients in­clude The New York Times Mag­a­zine, New York, and Esquire.

Anna Parini (cover, il­lus­tra­tions, p. 30) is a Barcelona-based il­lus­tra­tor whose clients in­clude the New York Times, The New Yorker, and Rolling Stone.

Gra­ham Roumieu

( il­lus­tra­tion, p. 63) has il­lus­trated for The At­lantic and the New York Times.

Martha Sch­abas (“For­ward Motion,” p. 58) is the dance critic at the Globe and Mail. Her writ­ing has ap­peared in the Huff­in­g­ton Post, Elle Canada, and Ha­zlitt.

Troy Se­bas­tian /

Nupqu a·k=| am’ (“Hakyax­amik,” p. 66) is a Ktu­naxa writer liv­ing in Lek­wun­gen ter­ri­tory. His writ­ing has ap­peared in

The Mala­hat Re­view, The New Quar­terly, and Quill & Quire.

Christina Ung (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 13) cre­ates ed­i­to­rial, book, and com­mer­cial il­lus­tra­tions.

Wil­liam Val­lières (poem, p. 49) has had his work pub­lished in Event, Grain, The May­nard, and Ma­trix.

Daniel Viola (“Art of the Pos­si­ble,” p. 44) is an ed­i­tor at The Wal­rus.

Mered­ith White (“Phi­los­o­phy Lessons,” p. 52) writes about sci­ence, lan­guage, and lit­er­a­ture. This is her first pub­lished work.

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