Thursday | January 29 | 2015
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    Wednesday, January 21, 2015

    Face of the New West

    By Scaachi Koul Has Naheed Nenshi's time in office changed Calgary's racial climate?
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    Thursday, January 15, 2015

    The Change Artist

    By Carmine Starnino In Ken Babstock’s latest, the poet continues on a challenging course. On Malice is important, whether we like it or not.
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    Thursday, January 15, 2015

    Estocade Cacharel

    By Marie-Eve Fortin Originally published in la revue Moebius (No. 137, Mai 2013). Reprinted with permission. Translation by Melissa Bull.
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    Saturday, January 10, 2015

    Single White Females

    By Carly Lewis and John Semley Is Girls solving a problem of representation or spoon-feeding its target audience?

Black Mirror

Denis Villeneuve’s Enemy, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, explores the radical instability of post-modernist urban life.

Island Inherent

The fight for Haida Gwaii is more than a matter of land.

Watching the Detectives

Troubled by the recent revelation that the government is spying on us? It’s nothing new.

Letter From Montreal: Il Et It Une

Only four snippets of text remain, part of a lengthier phrase broken up by time and neglect.

The Glass Man

First-place winner from the 2014 Quebec Writing Competition.

Open Bay

Second-place winner from the 2014 Quebec Writing Competition.


Part one of two.

The Remedy of Time

Twenty-five years after the Montreal Massacre, there is still much work to be done to stop violence against women in Canada.

Life Sentence

Now more than ever, people are recovering from life-threatening illnesses. But survival is never simple.

Open Registration

Gender studies was created by women for women, but now, men are carving out a place for themselves. Not everyone is embracing the change.

The Parallel Highway

The Montreal writer Carol Dunlop and the Argentinian novelist Julio Cortázar carried out one of the greatest literary love affairs of the twentieth century. But their romance was shadowed by tragedy.
Blog Posts

An Interview with Molly Peacock

The author of Alphabetique talks about abecedarian impulses, ice cream shopping and the “slow, wakening curiosity” of Canadian readers.

Architecture in Translation

The Canadian Centre for Architecture's Found in Translation, Palladio—Jefferson explores how language, distance and time can affect design.

The Future of Sex-Ed is FOXY

On December 10, Candice Lys was just one of many graduate students making brief fifteen-minute presentations at the Arctic Change 2014 conference...


Intern at Maisonneuve: Winter-Spring 2015

Jan. 5, 2015

Attention, all keeners: Maisonneuve is now accepting applications for part-time research interns. We’re looking for enthusiastic, well-informed interns with a passion for magazines and ...

Read Our Issue 54 Cover Story Online for a Limited Time on Longreads

Dec. 30, 2014

Genna Buck's piece has been selected as a Longreads Exclusive.

Watch: Maisonneuve on TVO's the Agenda with Steve Paikin

Dec. 8, 2014

Canadian magazines, anyone?