Gold winner in the Photoessay and Photojournalism category at the National Magazine Awards 2014.
In This Issue
I’d just moved, and newcomer logic dictates that you never say no to anything.
Actors turn the human instinct for performance into art. Ingrid Veninger’s The Animal Project explores this unique psychology.
Amid deadly attacks, Pakistan's Hazara community is closing in on itself.
With government cuts looming, Parks Canada needs cash. Are the guardians of our unspoiled wilderness selling out?
Cryptozoologists head into the forest looking for something bigger than themselves.
Men hugely outnumber women in the kitchens of high-end restaurants and the imbalance is a recipe for abuse.
The gold rush is long gone, but a new generation of artists is stoking the myth of the Yukon.
Syrian refugees are straining Lebanon's overburdened infrastructure. Without increased international aid, the country faces more than a humanitarian crisis.
The first-place story from the 2013 Quebec Writing Competition.
An alternate cultural history.
Excerpted from Zinc (No.29, 2013). Translation by Melissa Bull.
With Denis Côté’s latest, the director demands his place in the Canadian film landscape.
It’s easy to hate Christmas music. But director Mitchell Kezin makes a strong case for the much-maligned genre.