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Thursday | July 2 | 2015
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    Tuesday, June 30, 2015

    Herd Mentality

    By Lyndsie Bourgon Why does sexism take over Calgary’s streets during Stampede season? Lyndsie Bourgon investigates gender roles in Canada’s Wild West.
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    Wednesday, June 24, 2015

    Out of the Pit

    By Adam Kovac Life of Agony was about to hit it big when their lead singer walked. How Mina Caputo found her way back to the band and became an advocate for transgender rights.
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    Wednesday, June 10, 2015

    Jerry Rigged

    By Adam Nayman It’s easy not to be the butt of the joke when you’re the one writing it. Why Seinfeld’s comedic brilliance relied on a privileged perspective.
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    Wednesday, June 3, 2015

    The Home Front

    By Angelina Chapin For veterans and their families, life with PTSD is a battlefield. One woman has taken the fight to Parliament Hill.
Articles

Walt

There is a ferret in my freezer.

Reduce, Reuse, RIP

With Canada entering the Golden Age of Death, green burial options are going mainstream.

October Boy

Mathieu Denis’ Corbo is an accomplished work about the FLQ that eschews stereotypical sixties aesthetics.

Out Of Our Hands

When the law fails women, they find their own ways to deal with perpetrators of sexual assault.

Collective Independents

For the first time in Canadian history, homes with a single occupant outnumber those with nuclear families. On the new domestic frontier.

Letter from Montreal: The City Undressed

He looked at me as if there had never been anyone else. Until he didn’t.

Water Upon the Earth

Hunting covenants and dinosaurs through the Alberta floods.

Finding a Place

An autistic New Brunswick woman has spent years searching for somewhere to call home. While Savannah Shannon is unique, her story is not.

Opportunities and Profits in the Coming Great Depression: Part Two

O the great migration of time in money!—Arkadii Dragomoshchenko.
Blog Posts

The Frontier of Feminist Porn: An Interview with Erika Lust

Erika Lust, feminist porn director and creator of XConfessions, discusses her filmmaking process, attempting realism in pornography and the impossibility of pleasing everybody.

Looking Back on Lemon Hound

As online magazine Lemon Hound ceases operations, poets Kevin Spenst and Andrea Bennett discuss its legacy and impact on poetry in Canada.

Modern and Doomed: On Karen Solie's The Road In Is Not The Same Road Out

The often fulsome praise for Karen Solie’s early work has proved prescient. The Road In Is Not the Same Road Out, Solie’s fourth book of poetry, is her strongest collection yet.

News

Our Summer 2015 Issue

June 10, 2015

On newsstands June 12.

Maisonneuve Wins Five National Magazine Awards

June 6, 2015

We are happy to report that Maisonneuve received three gold awards and two silver at the 38th National Magazine Awards on Friday, June 5.

Intern at Maisonneuve: Summer-Fall 2015

May 26, 2015

Attention, all keeners: Maisonneuve is now accepting applications for part-time research interns until June 9.