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Corridart was designed to showcase Quebec artists during the 1976 Montreal Olympics. But, as Taylor C. Noakes writes, one very important person was less than impressed.
Chandler Levack documents the life and death of Videofag, the tiny living room theatre that became Toronto’s newest art institution.
The Red River cuts through Winnipeg, ferrying discarded bicycles, tires and human remains. Susan Peters on the amateur investigators who comb its shores for clues of Manitoba’s missing.
Shane Neilson always thought that bipolar disorder had permanently distorted his facial expressions. But the truth ran much deeper.
Richard Williams spent more than twenty-five years creating what has been called the greatest film never released. Peter Henderson illustrates the story of the Canadian animation icon whose masterpiece ended his Hollywood career.
With Canada set to enact new right-to-death legislation, Nikki Wiart argues that we all need to get comfortable talking about end-of-life choices.
Once, my grandmother and I got lost. We stood under a willow, the sunlight tickling its long strands, the light flickering.
Men and women are only part of the equation. Sara Harowitz on the non-binary drag performers who are redefining gender.
Kim Fu and Andrea Bennett discuss Sonja Larsen's Red Star Tattoo.
Andrea Bennett interviews Emily Davidson about pitching, submitting, and rejection.
Nathalie Laflamme reviews Chester Brown's Mary Wept Over the Feet of Jesus.