The second edition of Lux Magna aims to liven up the doldrums of January.
A look back at highlights from Out in the City, the Montreal Mirror column by the late writer and activist
Demonstrators gathered in cities across North America as the March for our Lives movement occupied Washington, D.C.
We spoke to the writer-director behind the Cannes Grand Prix-winning portrait of AIDS advocacy group Act Up!
Over 4,000 protestors from all over the province formed a human chain around parliament on Wednesday.
Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist and author Chris Hedges on Trudeau, the TPP, climate change and corporate-controlled government.
Works by Sarah Hatton draw attention to systematic destruction within Canada’s agricultural industry.
Commentary about the impact of Quebec’s austerity plan and the province’s history of activism in the creative community.
* Another Politics Book Launch at Concordia
* Vernissage at Galerie Bernard for artist Margit Hideg
* Dramatic readings at Playwrights’ Workshop
* Piano magic at The Waverly
* Sheer Agony with openers Quaker Parents and Real Life at Brasserie Beaubien
* New rock DJ Night + video launch at TRH Bar with Kapuano Records
* Clothing swap (feat. BeDazzler) at RATS 9 gallery
* Hivernale outdoor party with DJs, bar, skating, Norwegian food
* Anti-shale fracking talk at Chez Boris
* Montreal & Toronto experimental pop/psych bands at the Plant
* Parisian rapper Teki Latex live at Blue Dog