Register Sunday | January 19 | 2020

Right of Passage

Sympathetic rhetoric, tightening borders—Jane Gatensby reveals Canada's hypocrisy on Venezuela.

Broken Up

These days people love the idea of interracial marriages, Natalie Harmsen writes, but that’s different from trying to make one work.

Growing Pains

A tangled mess of cannabis laws is hanging Canadians out to dry and even endangering lives.

Question and Answer

New fiction from Krzysztof Pelc.

Norm Core

Being basic can come with secret perks. Just ask people in London, Ontario.

Taking the Wheel

Politicians praise climate-conscious teenagers like Rebecca Hamilton. But what she really wants is better public transit.

In the Shadow of a Doubt

What was a climate-change denier doing on the board of Canada’s most famous science museum?

If You Can't Take the Heat

A survivalist tests recipes for the apocalypse.

Melting Pot

Letter from Montreal.

Mine Reading

Reckoning with a homegrown hell showed that turning around emissions can also mean turning a profit.
Blog Posts

The House is a Space of Living Metaphor: An Interview with Carmen Maria Machado

A conversation with Carmen Maria Machado about her new memoir, In the Dream House.


Both the shame of the memory and the shame of sharing the memory lingered someplace, unnamed.

Heroine: An interview with Gail Scott

A conversation with Gail Scott about the reissue of her iconic Montreal novel.

POP Montreal 2019: Maisy’s Picks

Weyes Blood, Debby Friday, Fiver and more.

Making the Switch: Nick Kendrick

How Canadian workers are leaving behind the oil and gas sector for renewable energy.


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