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    Monday, April 12, 2021

    Genetic Mapping

    By Emma Gilchrist DNA tests promise to tell people who they are and where they’re from. But for Emma Gilchrist, a search for answers only led to more questions.
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    Wednesday, April 7, 2021

    A Strong Family Resemblance

    By Anna Leventhal Late in his life, Anna Leventhal ’s father found a hidden side of his family—and of himself.
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    Tuesday, March 30, 2021

    Generational Wisdom

    By Furqan Mohamed In the Western imagination, growing old often means retreating from life. Furqan Mohamed was raised to know otherwise.
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    Wednesday, March 17, 2021

    Object Lessons

    By Nikki Reimer After our loved ones die, we’re left to deal with their belongings. As Nikki Reimer explains, sorting through grief is no small task.


Writing from Quebec. Translated by Madeleine Stratford.

The Winter 2020 Book Room

Winter reads from Eli Tareq El-Bechelany-Lynch, Sheung-King, Dakota McFadzean and others.

Oil People

New fiction from David Huebert.

Call to Witness

Steph Wong Ken took to the streets this summer to declare that Black Lives Matter. But at home, she learned, listening was just as important.

In Good Faith

After going to a faith healer, Dominik Parisien could see magical thinking all around him—and who it hurt.

Tethered Together

How far would you go for your friends? On a canoe trip along the Ottawa River, Nathan Munn dives deep for the answers.

The Winter 2020 Music Room

New music from Sea Oleena, LAL, Night Lunch and Matthew Cardinal.

Charging Ahead

We keep asking who killed the electric car. But as time runs out, a more important question looms: who will bring it back?

State of Disunion

After moving back home to the States, Kelli María Korducki tries to settle into the feeling of never being settled.

Aubade for Meeting Obligations

New poetry from Phoebe Wang.
Blog Posts

Detransition, Baby

Torrey Peters' new novel shows us a trans community that is neurotic, loving, protective, mean and melodramatic.

Two weeks after the Wuhan lockdown, leaving China in the wake of plague

In those early days in China, I had no idea the sheer heights to which events would escalate, but looking back, that initial chaos I experienced sure was a good premonition.

In the Stars

Keah Hansen charts the uncertain future of astrology.

A Guide to Problematic Monuments in Montreal

From Macdonald to Maisonneuve, colonial monuments dominate the city's public spaces.

Talking to a Portrait: An interview with Rosalind Pepall

"Often curators are very much in the background. People don't know what they're doing all the time and the crazy things that happen to get a show up."


Our Spring 2021 Issue

March 12, 2021

On newsstands March 19.

Introducing new Editor-in-Chief Madi Haslam

Dec. 18, 2020

Maisonneuve is thrilled to introduce its new Editor-in-Chief. Madi Haslam will be taking over as of December; her first issue will be Spring 2021, on ...

Our Winter 2020 issue

Dec. 13, 2020

On newsstands December 18.

Intern at Maisonneuve - Winter-Spring 2021

Nov. 20, 2020

Calling all keeners: Maisonneuve is now accepting applications for part-time research interns. We’re looking for enthusiastic, self-motivated candidates who have a passion for magazines ...