Blair Mlotek explores the world of Modern Orthodox women, who seek to balance their religious and secular lives.
In This Issue
As Brad Dunne explores, there are three ways to become a Newfoundlander: by birth, by residence or by initiation.
Gavin Tomson reads Rivka Galchen’s Little Labors, reflecting on writers who mother and mothers who write.
New music from Wolf Parade, Chance the Rapper, Jessy Lanza and more.
Reviews of Hot Dog Taste Test, We're All In This Together, Queers Were Here, The Griffin Poetry Prize Anthology 2016 and Five Roses.
Originally published in VLB’s Comme la fois où, translated by Melissa Bull.
What does it take to puncture cycling’s insular bro culture? Andrea Bennett speaks with the women mechanics inciting change in her community.
Making a park isn’t as simple as drawing lines on a map. Jimmy Thomson on the politics, petroleum and polar bears that have shaped one Arctic conservation area thirty years in the making.
Festivals are being heralded as the savior of the music industry. But as Miranda Campbell writes, there's one big problem: women are being left out of the spotlight.
Did Quebec sacrifice its past to build the largest roadwork project in the province’s history? John Symon investigates.
New poetry from Kayla Czaga.
Montreal is a city of cats. Most get let out the door on Moving Day, never to find home again.
At Wreck Beach, I take off my shirt and he takes off his pants. We lie in the sun on striped towels and I slide on my sunglasses.
Cian Cruise on the Ugandan director making blockbusters for pennies.