Highlights of the Mile Ex space’s new programming, showcasing Afro-Diasporic artists and art exploring migration and borders.
A brilliant film, an incredible speech and the need for women to act in their own self-interest.
While Premier Legault makes glaringly hypocritical statements in California, challenges to his discriminatory law continue.
The city’s proposed name for a new train station fails to recognize an important element of Montreal’s history.
Pearl-clutching, pissing contests and ludicrous statements followed a Manitoba ad campaign in Quebec media.
We need to learn to share the boat, or we will all drown.
Don Cherry’s xenophobic rant and Quebec’s botched immigration reforms were met with the usual response: immigrants across the country explaining their value.
This latest bit of fashion policing, on the heels of Bill 21, is another black hole for misplaced outrage and sign of systemic misogyny.
Apathy Is Boring executive director Caro Loutfi on the challenge of mobilizing the largest segment of the electorate.
Peter Wheeland and Matthew Hays argue for and against backing “the lesser of two evils” in next week’s federal election.