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    Tuesday, January 12, 2021

    Charging Ahead

    By David Geselbracht We keep asking who killed the electric car. But as time runs out, a more important question looms: who will bring it back?
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    Thursday, January 7, 2021

    State of Disunion

    By Kelli María Korducki After moving back home to the States, Kelli María Korducki tries to settle into the feeling of never being settled.
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    Tuesday, December 29, 2020

    Reel Life

    By Jake Pitre We've always known films bring us together. This year, many of us realized that they're good for the lonely times, too.
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    Tuesday, December 22, 2020

    Hindsight 2020

    By Fatima Syed In this year of losses, Fatima Syed writes, let’s not add one more—our ability to care.
Articles

Aubade for Meeting Obligations

New poetry from Phoebe Wang.

The Fall 2020 Book Room

Fall reads from Justin Ling, Marlowe Granados, Marc Herman Lynch and others.

Snack Attack

Usually, saying you'd rather eat glass is just an expression. Things are changing, Ziya Jones reports.

Filtered Out

After years of using face-altering photo filters, Houda Kerkadi sees the bigger picture.

Bought the Farm

Small family farms are disappearing, but not for the reasons people tend to think. As investors rush in, farmers can’t hold on to their land.

A Truthful Interaction

By Leanne Betasamosake Simpson and Robyn Maynard
The authors of As We Have Always Done and Policing Black Lives talk about writing on their own terms.

Walking on Water

Streams gushed freely through cities­—until they were seen as a nuisance. Now, we need them back.

New Fuel

Ironically, Alberta is the perfect place for a Green New Deal.

Pathfinding

It took years for journalist Jody Porter to see that writing about other people’s pain can be a way of hiding from your own.

Virtually Normal

As going into the real world loses its appeal for Chloë Lalonde, a new game brings life's mundane routines to her screen.

Living Legacy

As an adult, Montrealer Christine Estima discovered a buried truth about her family—and her city and country.
Blog Posts

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."

The Postscript: Kieran Delamont on leaving behind the lions of Grand Bend

For the past year, lion cages and tiger enclosures—home to a dozen or so cats—have been the source of low-level psychic torture for ...

Life is Elsewhere

By Aurélie Lanctôt. Translated by Melissa Bull.

There are days where deafening, silent rage seethes in me, leaving no room to doubt its legitimacy.

News

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 ...

Sarah Ratchford joins Maisonneuve

Oct. 15, 2020

Maisy welcomes a new Associate Editor.