Poverty is crippling some of Canada’s most productive artists: the elderly.
The backlash against The Sentimentalists' publisher has distracted us from what we're supposed to be talking about: literature.
The Giller-nominated author of The Sentimentalists talks about war, memory and the space between fact and fiction.
A new exhibit at the Canadian Centre for Architecture examines how global movement has reshaped our world.
Why do contemporary choreographers insist on changing up their styles when they create works for classical ballet companies?
Musicians, owners and promoters fear the consequences of the Montreal borough's new noise rules.
A new show offers a compelling portrait of an avant-garde visionary whose music still resonates
Jenny Holzer's must-see new show at Montreal's DHC/ART gallery
Maisonneuve's newest columnist talks about why she gave up acting, her love of dialogue and her upcoming novel.
Montreal folksinger Charlotte Cornfield is crazy busy and totally vulnerable—but she wouldn't have it any other way. She plays Maisonneuve's Issue 36 launch party on July 8.
"Gaga takes everything she touches—weirdness, feminism, being queer—and makes a carnival-esque spectacle of it."
The Pulitzer Prize-nominated writer's new book takes on one of the strangest eras in American history.