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.
The first and last English debate with all the federal party leaders was a bit of a shit-show, but it also revealed some notable strengths and weaknesses.
All the party platforms (minus one) so you can figure out who to vote for, and why.
We spent a day in civil disobedience training with Extinction Rebellion.
The world-premiere exhibition This Light Never Goes Out: Political Cartoons by Jim Carrey opened in Montreal yesterday.
With election time comes rampant campaign-poster vandalism.
With less than one week before Election Day, we spoke to Québec solidaire co-spokesperson Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois about immigration, secularism and identity.