In Canada, Indigenous children are more than six times more likely than their non-Indigenous peers to be removed from their families by child welfare agencies ...
In his Fall 2018 story "Self-made métis," Darryl Leroux searched for the roots of a growing group in Quebec: tens of thousands of people who ...
In his Fall 2018 feature on the Trans Mountain pipeline battle, Ethan Lou chronicled behind-the-scenes tactics of governments and activists. Much of his information came ...
History lessons weren't enough to overcome the government's pipeline hurdles.
An excerpt from Twin Studies, a novel.
A historic French-Canadian church in Massachusetts meets its end.
An interview by Rachel Rose.
A conversation with author Maxime Raymond Bock.
Étienne Lajoie interviews Marta Iwanek and Christian Borys about their documentary, Vika.
An excerpt from Women Who Dig: Farming, Feminism, and the Fight to Feed the World.
The abortion pill finally reaches the Canadian market.
On immersing oneself in Christmas melancholia.
Our eighth annual round-up of the most-read pieces, from cover stories to blogs, posted on the Maisy site. Here are 2017's top reads.
Our contributors on their favourite reads of the year.
A busy year in publishing for Maisy contributors.
An Interview with Guillaume Morissette
Kim Fu interviews Naben Ruthnum about his new book, Curry.
A conversation with Haley Cullingham and Erica Lenti.
A short list for #WITmonth
A non-exhaustive list of Canada's writing mentorship programs.