Fragments of my parents’ past are strewn all over Montreal's Chinatown.
In This Issue
Searching through fact and fiction to confront anti-Semitism in Quebec.
Sculpture has always been a controversial art form in Iran, but that is where Parviz Tanavoli has found his greatest inspiration.
Life of Agony was about to hit it big when their lead singer walked. How Mina Caputo found her way back to the band and became an advocate for transgender rights.
For veterans and their families, life with PTSD is a battlefield. One woman has taken the fight to Parliament Hill.
There is a ferret in my freezer.
With Canada entering the Golden Age of Death, green burial options are going mainstream.
Mathieu Denis’ Corbo is an accomplished work about the FLQ that eschews stereotypical sixties aesthetics.
When the law fails women, they find their own ways to deal with perpetrators of sexual assault.
Photographs from the "Revolution of Dignity."
From Le sel de la terre: Confessions d’un enfant de la classe moyenne, translated by Melissa Bull (Nouveau Projet’s Documents series, Volume: 3).
Albert Shin's new film is the future of Canadian cinema.
On Andy Burns’ fan-pleaser Wrapped in Plastic: Twin Peaks.
Spring Reads from Emily Urquhart, Kara Stanley, Jillian Tamaki, Heather O'Neill and Pearl Pirie.
Spring listens from BadBadNotGood and Ghostface Killah; Two Gallants; Cancer Bats; THEESatisfaction; Dan Deacon; Of Montreal; Young Guv; Drake and Harrison.