New fiction from Krzysztof Pelc.
In This Issue
Being basic can come with secret perks. Just ask people in London, Ontario.
Sympathetic rhetoric, tightening borders—Jane Gatensby reveals Canada's hypocrisy on Venezuela.
With the rise of "dark tourism," it’s never been so popular to go off the beaten track.
Cole Nowicki reads between the lines on a Saskatoon street.
A photo essay.
A tangled mess of cannabis laws is hanging Canadians out to dry and even endangering lives.
A few citizens in Saskatchewan doubted the official account of an oil spill, Lauren Kaljur reports. But what could they do?
These days people love the idea of interracial marriages, Natalie Harmsen writes, but that’s different from trying to make one work.
New poetry from Domenica Martinello.
Writing from Quebec. Translated by Melissa Bull.
Rosie Long Decter follows Montreal comedian Tranna Wintour as she does her bit.
Letter from Montreal.