After four years at the helm of The Walrus, Ken Alexander has stepped down as the magazine’s editor-in-chief, the Walrus Foundation announced today. “I have resigned to pursue other interests and, yes, to spend more time with my family,” said Alexander, in a news release. “In so many respects, my four years as editor has been a dream job.” Alexander was one of the founders of the national general interest magazine, which was launched in September 2003. He became editor in 2004. Alexander will stay on until July 4th to complete the September issue of the magazine. A successor was not named but the foundation’s board of directors said a search committee has been struck to find a new editor for magazine.