The Walrus with Lloyd Robertson

Dynamic reads of thought-provoking articles from Canada’s best general interest magazine, Sundays at 7 p.m. Eastern / 4 p.m. Pacific

About The Walrus with Lloyd Robertson

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Lloyd Robertson takes you into the pages of the Walrus, and a chorus of vibrant voices brings to life essays, fiction, and poetry from some of Canada’s best writers.

Curl up in your favourite armchair and listen to the live stream on AMI-audio, Sundays at 7pm Eastern. Or download the podcast version to your phone and listen while you're sitting on the bus.
The Walrus was named Canada's best general interest magazine at the Canadian Magazine Awards in April 2017.

From the Walrus: WHY “THE WALRUS”?

The Walrus’s founders sought dissociate Canada from the “log chomping” and “earnestness” of our national animal (and cliché), the beaver.

Enter the walrus: an arctic icon that is curmudgeonly but clever, bulky but agile—the perfect symbol for a publication with the intellectual heft, confidence, and wit to dig deeply into matters vital to Canadians.

Like its namesake, which swims with unexpected grace, The Walrus is Canada’s elegant heavyweight.