Register Wednesday | October 7 | 2015
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    Wednesday, September 30, 2015

    Law V. Lust

    By Arielle Piat-Sauvé 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.
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    Friday, September 18, 2015

    More Than Words

    By Chantal Braganza 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.
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    Friday, September 4, 2015

    Twin Peaked

    By Maija Kappler 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.
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    Friday, August 28, 2015

    While the Body's Still Warm

    By Laura Wright 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.

Herd Mentality

Why does sexism take over Calgary’s streets during Stampede season? Lyndsie Bourgon investigates gender roles in Canada’s Wild West.

Out of the Pit

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.

Jerry Rigged

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.

The Home Front

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


There is a ferret in my freezer.

Reduce, Reuse, RIP

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

Two Poets Discuss Melissa Bull's Rue and Talya Rubin's Leaving the Island

Laura Ritland and Ruth Daniell discuss two poetry debuts that focus on the transformational power of journeys.

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.


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.