Is Canadian literary criticism on its last breath? Emily M. Keeler assesses.
Anupa Mistry considers Toronto’s topographies of grief, art and spectatorship.
Settler arts institutions keep using the language of decolonization, writes Ossie Michelin. Yet their efforts are falling short.
In Montreal, Jim Burke explains, French and English theatres set the stage for mutual understanding.
Sexualized violence is rampant in comedy, reports Madison Trusolino. Is anything changing?
Yellowknife eschews art-world elitism, writes Sarah Swan. Could it be Canada’s capital of Outsider Art?
Maisonneuve founder Derek Webster reflects on the early days of the magazine.
Jennifer Varkonyi marks two decades of Maisonneuve.
Maisonneuve editors past and present recall stories that have stuck with them through the years