A query about a discontinued postcard elicited an intense response from an organization that claims to value the “diverse backgrounds” of its members.
A feature interview about the new book Missing From the Village: The Story of Serial Killer Bruce McArthur, the Search for Justice, and the System That Failed Toronto’s Queer Community.
Between the kitsch factor and a certain relatability, this 1970s subgenre may be worth revisiting right now.
A look back at highlights from Out in the City, the Montreal Mirror column by the late writer and activist
The utterly bizarre experience of watching I Love You, Daddy in a post-Weinstein universe.
The complicated process of reviewing Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie.
Moore answers his critics by showing us where and how people are actually being successful in dealing with significant challenges.
The Not-Criminally-Responsible line sounded like a longshot, but the defence might just be able to pull it off.
If there’s a Quebec Charter of Values, Montreal — which is as distinct from the province as the province is from the rest of Canada — ought to have a values charter of its own.
Cinema Politica screens queer history doc United in Anger, about radical protest group ACT UP, this Thursday. Director Jim Hubbard talks to us about the film and the era it depicts.