Register Sunday | February 7 | 2016
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    Friday, January 29, 2016

    At Least the Bombs Aren't Falling

    By Vesna Plazacic Twenty years after the end of the war, Vesna Plazacic finds a hopelessness gripping Bosnia’s youth.
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    Friday, January 22, 2016

    No Place Like Home

    By Samantha Edwards An influx of rich young urbanites into a neighbourhood often leads to an exodus of its lower-income residents. However, Samantha Edwards argues that gentrification doesn’t have to be a winner-take-all scenario.
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    Thursday, January 14, 2016

    Home Truths

    By Rhiannon Russell In the Yukon, those with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder rarely find the care they need. Rhiannon Russell on a deadly lack of support.
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    Tuesday, December 8, 2015

    When Living Was Easy

    By Naomi Skwarna and Scaachi Koul Be happy, be productive, be your best self: everybody has a version of the bathroom mirror mantra that defines the good life. Scaachi Koul and Naomi Skwarna on the tyranny of a life well lived.

A Wee Dispute

Kate Sloan on how a call for scientific conclusions about female ejaculation is drowning in a wave of pleasure.

Worth the Risk?

For most patients, morcellation means less-invasive surgery. For others, it can be a death sentence. Alison Motluk investigates why two former Harvard doctors are trying to ban a procedure that left one of them riddled with cancer.

In My Image

Prejudice often hides behind a secular mask. Fariha Roísín on the silencing of Muslim feminists.

Old Haunts

The night I moved into my apartment, I heard my roommates planning to cleanse the house of evil spirits.

All the Beautiful Girls

Sylvie Rancourt’s memoir from her time as a stripper was censored and seized when it came out in the 1980s. Shannon Tien on a long-deserved English translation of Melody: Story of a Nude Dancer.

Underwater Calisthenics

After the third dollar store pregnancy test, I asked Miranda what I should do about it.

Law V. Lust

Canada’s new prostitution act is supposed to keep workers safe, but many in the profession say it puts them in danger. As Arielle Piat-Sauvé reports, the fight to sell sex safely is far from over.

More Than Words

Canada's education system isn’t designed to help second-generation children retain non-official languages. Chantal Braganza on why losing a mother tongue is akin to losing a part of yourself.

Twin Peaked

Don’t get too excited for the reboot of David Lynch’s cult series, Maija Kappler warns. Twin Peaks was tired before it got cancelled the first time.

While the Body's Still Warm

Too often in television and real life, women must die to be taken seriously. Laura Wright on victims as props, not people.

Letter from Montreal: Under the Paifang

Fragments of my parents’ past are strewn all over Montreal's Chinatown.
Blog Posts

Be Less Boring: Drew Nelles on Rethinking the Traditional Magazine Structure

Andrea Bennett speaks with Drew Nelles about the case for killing the traditional front-of-book magazine section.

Montreal Mystics: An interview with Sigal Samuel

Climbing the Tree of Life with Sigal Samuel, author of The Mystics of Mile End.

Le Trade

When the Habs traded Patrick Roy in 1995, Nordiques felt a wave of schadenfreude—but not for long.


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