Angelina Mazza spends a lot of time looking at her body. And yet, she explains, she’s never truly seen it.
In This Issue
For Scarborough residents, the closure of a major transit system means losing more than a mode of transportation.
When a blue whale dies, asks Allison LaSorda, are we grieving for the animal or ourselves?
Urban planners have long known how to keep pedestrians safe on our streets, Lana Hall reports. Canadian cities are letting them die anyway.
There is a pill that makes Fawn Parker happy, she writes, and another that makes her see her own death.
Translated by Katia Grubisic
Justine Smith reviews new films by Lina Rodríguez and Charlotte Le Bon.
Reviews of new work by Délani Valin, Bridget Canning, Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha, Jessica Johns, Anne-Marie Saint-Cerny and Christian Quesnel.
Letter from Montreal