New poem by Suzannah Showler.
In This Issue
Brad Badelt reports on neon’s second coming in Vancouver.
Corridart was designed to showcase Quebec artists during the 1976 Montreal Olympics. But, as Taylor C. Noakes writes, one very important person was less than impressed.
The Red River cuts through Winnipeg, ferrying discarded bicycles, tires and human remains. Susan Peters on the amateur investigators who comb its shores for clues of Manitoba’s missing.
Shane Neilson always thought that bipolar disorder had permanently distorted his facial expressions. But the truth ran much deeper.
With Canada set to enact new right-to-death legislation, Nikki Wiart argues that we all need to get comfortable talking about end-of-life choices.
Photo essay by Adam Rankin.
Thousands of Ukrainians sacrificed their health during the Chernobyl disaster cleanup. Chris Scott investigates how recent budget cuts have decimated the pensions they were promised.
The last thing my wife and I did together was make small talk in a taxi.
An excerpt from La Trahison des corps by Stéphanie Deslauriers. Translation by Melissa Bull.
Joni Murphy’s Double Teenage grapples with typical adolescent girldom. And, as Shannon Tien writes, that means violence is never far away.
New books from Suzanne Buffam, Michael Coren, Yasuko Thanh and more!
New music from Junior Boys, Kanye West, Rihanna and more!
As the sun crept downwards, we rushed around Stone Town’s maze-like alleys, gathering supplies before the shops closed for evening prayers.