“Then, after he was done seeing patients for the day, he’d begin his other work. The work no one could find out about. The work that would destroy his life, along with hundreds of others.”
This week, we’re sharing stories from Mike Giglio, Omar Mouallem, Katherine Laidlaw, Dave Daley, and Tim Greiving.
How a boating accident caused a storm amongst Ontario’s cottage-country elite.
But I’m a creep / I’m a weirdo / What the hell am I doing here? / I don’t belong here
How a Syrian physician got caught in the web of Trump’s travel ban and found a new, welcoming home in Canada.
Some doctors are struggling with allowing Canadians to die on their own terms.
This week, we’re sharing stories from Alec MacGillis, Justin Heckert, Peter Vigneron, Michael Lista, and Anthony Breznican.
At Toronto Life, Katherine Laidlaw tells the story of Darryl Gebein, who got hooked one of the most dangerous opioids on the market.
We asked a few writers and editors to choose some of their favorite stories of the year in various categories. Here, the best in arts and culture writing.
The best stories of the week, as chosen by the editors of Longreads.