The neglected history of Chinese-Canadian farmers in Vancouver.
In This Issue
At six foot eight, Richard Kelly Kemick is built for volleyball. There’s only one problem: he’s not any good.
In Writers’ Rights, Nicole Cohen argues that the media’s treatment of freelancers leaves many risking financial ruin. Erin Pehlivan takes a closer look.
Historically, Italians were called ignorant, subversive and prone to violence. While the groups of immigrants coming to Canada have changed, prejudices towards them have not.
Scientific misconduct in Canada can include outright plagiarism and fraud as well as minor unintentional mistakes. Miriam Shuchman investigates how the system is letting researchers down.
Excerpts from the novel Les Murailles, translated by Melissa Bull.
Straight tourists and gawkers are flocking to Montreal’s LGBTQ neighbourhood, while the queer community disperses for new haunts. Tim Forster on the double-edged sword of mainstream acceptance.
Canada is one of the only countries where people can be marginalized due to their genetics. But that may soon change.
440 Bonsecours is home to Louis-Joseph Papineau's ghost—and a weekly dinner party.