Register Tuesday | May 23 | 2017
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    Tuesday, May 23, 2017

    The Language of Profit

    By Erika Thorkelson Private language schools have always struggled to balance educational needs with profit. Erika Thorkelson investigates how these tensions boiled over at one Vancouver school, leaving students and teachers out on the street.
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    Wednesday, May 10, 2017

    It Takes the Village

    By Tim Forster Straight tourists and gawkers are flocking to Montreal’s LGBTQ neighbourhood, while the queer community disperses for new haunts. Tim Forster on the double-edged sword of mainstream acceptance.
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    Tuesday, May 2, 2017

    Nuclear Fallout

    By Chris Scott Thousands of Ukrainians sacrificed their health during the Chernobyl disaster cleanup. Chris Scott investigates how recent budget cuts have decimated the pensions they were promised.
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    Tuesday, April 25, 2017

    Twins

    By Souvankham Thammavongsa New poetry by Souvankham Thammavongsa.
Articles

Scrubbing In

Tamara MacNeil on the history of blood, guts and the doctor’s white coat.

Coming Attractions

Alan Randolph Jones on Cinéma L’Amour, Canada’s last grand porn theatre.

Highway Robbery

Will Johnson on how Canada's opioid crisis led to a bank heist and a high-speed chase in Nelson, BC.

A River Runs Through It

The last time British Columbia’s Fraser River burst its banks, entire communities were submerged. With aging dikes and a growing population, Heather Ramsay reports, next time may be worse.

DNA Discrimination

Canada is one of the only countries where people can be marginalized due to their genetics. But that may soon change.

A Site for Soirées

440 Bonsecours is home to Louis-Joseph Papineau's ghost—and a weekly dinner party.

The Ones Who Return

Blair Mlotek explores the world of Modern Orthodox women, who seek to balance their religious and secular lives.

The Fruits of Their Labour

The neglected history of Chinese-Canadian farmers in Vancouver.

All on the Line

At six foot eight, Richard Kelly Kemick is built for volleyball. There’s only one problem: he’s not any good.

Circling the Drain

In Writers’ Rights, Nicole Cohen argues that the media’s treatment of freelancers leaves many risking financial ruin. Erin Pehlivan takes a closer look.
Blog Posts

CanLit Book Club Episode Three: Rob Taylor’s The News

Kim Fu and Andrea Bennett discuss Rob Taylor's The News.

Crime and Justice: An Interview with Debra Komar

Author Debra Komar talks about her books and her background as a forensic anthropologist.

On Human Brutality: A Review of Claire Cameron’s The Last Neanderthal

The Last Neanderthal was explicitly written in response to research documenting that Neanderthals and Homo Sapiens had mated with each other—and that most of us have some Neanderthal DNA.

Meandering Through Maunder: A Review of Claire Kelly's Debut

True to its title, this collection of poems travels literally and figuratively.

News

Intern at Maisonneuve: Summer-Fall 2017

May 8, 2017

Maisonneuve is hiring Summer-Fall 2017 interns.

Maisonneuve Nominated for Four Canadian Magazine Awards

April 20, 2017

Maisonneuve is proud to announce that we're up for four nominations at this year's Canadian Magazine Awards! Our nominations include: General Interest Chris ...

Maisonneuve Nominated for Five National Magazine Awards

April 20, 2017

Maisonneuve is proud to announce that we're up for five nominations at this year's National Magazine Awards! Our nominations include: Best New Magazine ...