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Fact or Friction

Cori Howard didn't think anything could come between her and her closest friend—let alone a vaccine.

After Bubbe

When Jess Goldman's grandmother died, her grief was matched only by her horniness.

The Path Forward

Jesse Galganov disappeared while backpacking in Peru nearly five years ago. When a friend goes missing, writes Ben Libman, there’s both everything and nothing to do about it.

Against the Clock (Requires Subscription)

Time restraints in long-term care homes create tension for residents and workers. Jackie Brown and Leanna Katz consider alternative ways to structure their days.

The Flip Side

In Montreal, Jim Burke explains, French and English theatres set the stage for mutual understanding.

No Joke

Sexualized violence is rampant in comedy, reports Madison Trusolino. Is anything changing?

Different Strokes

Yellowknife eschews art-world elitism, writes Sarah Swan. Could it be Canada’s capital of Outsider Art?

A Life in Limbo

Applying for permanent residency on humanitarian and compassionate grounds is a last resort for migrants in Canada. Christopher Chanco explores a convoluted system.

Debt Trap

For many students, taking out loans is a rite of passage. It’s just not clear what’s waiting for them on the other side.