Plays have fights in them because lives have fights in them.
In This Issue
On the battlefield, success is fleeting and memory is short. A report from the last days of the Canadian mission in Afghanistan.
The vast majority of the Art Gallery of Ontario’s priceless collection isn’t on display—it’s tucked away in high-security, top-secret vaults.
Forget Africentric schools: Toronto’s Portuguese community has the highest dropout rate in the city.
Fifty years ago, Canada executed a criminal for the last time. Should we have a national conversation about capital punishment?
The religious right is the most powerful obstacle to LGBT equality in America. But a growing movement of gay evangelicals is challenging homophobia from within the faith.
The twentieth century’s most important avant-garde composer may have been American, but he found his greatest inspiration north of the border.
Quebec’s uprising started as a student strike, but it became something much larger: a revolt against power itself.
"I begin to call him Shirley and he calls me Dr. Todd. I think if he is a young tubercular girl then I will be a pedophilic doctor."
At the start of Quebec’s student strike, Valérie Darveau didn’t support disruptive protests. But after weeks of seeing the movement’s ideas dismissed, she changed her mind. Translation by Melissa Bull.
I can’t explain to my daughter that, during peaceful demonstrations like today’s, I’ve been pepper-sprayed and beaten with batons.
"Skills" and "The Bench."
The county fairs of rural Ontario.
Fall listens: Diamond Rings, Moon King, Metz and more