Register Saturday | November 28 | 2015
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    Tuesday, November 17, 2015

    A Wee Dispute

    By Kate Sloan Kate Sloan on how a call for scientific conclusions about female ejaculation is drowning in a wave of pleasure.
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    Tuesday, November 10, 2015

    Worth the Risk?

    By Alison Motluk 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.
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    Thursday, November 5, 2015

    In My Image

    By Fariha Roísín Prejudice often hides behind a secular mask. Fariha Roísín on the silencing of Muslim feminists.
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    Thursday, October 29, 2015

    Old Haunts

    By Haley Cullingham 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.

Mutton Dressed as Lamb

John Semley pulls back the skin of Hannibal, a show that prized mouthwatering aesthetics over meaty writing.

The Third Solitude

Searching through fact and fiction to confront anti-Semitism in Quebec.

Blowing Smoke

How Lost’s creators couldn’t write themselves off the island.

The Mountain Carver

Sculpture has always been a controversial art form in Iran, but that is where Parviz Tanavoli has found his greatest inspiration.
Blog Posts

Samuel Archibald on Stealing Stories for Arvida

Katrya Bolger speaks with Samuel Archibald about how he turned local stories from his hometown into the Giller Prize nominated book of Arvida.

Hosers and War

Hyena Road is Paul Gross' latest attempt at a flashy war film that showcases Canadian identity. Alan Randolph Jones on why the film is too thoughtful to be good propaganda, but too dumb to be any good.

Like Father, Like Son

Stephen Harper made disdain for science and knowledge a political weapon. Incoming Prime Minister Justin Trudeau would be wise to remember his father's motto: “Reason over passion.”


Our Fall 2015 Issue

Sept. 11, 2015

On newsstands September 18.

A New Editor for Maisonneuve

Sept. 11, 2015

After two years at the helm, Maisonneuve Editor-in-Chief Haley Cullingham is stepping down this week. Daniel Viola, Maisonneuve's associate editor since June 2014, whose ...

Our Summer 2015 Issue

June 10, 2015

On newsstands June 12.