An altogether glowing review of Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story, which closes next Wednesday.
It’s an Orwellian (and Harperian) kibosh on the message vs. a vanishing messenger.
The former prime minister’s crony wants nothing less than to break the crown corporation. But Justin Trudeau can fix it.
A Montreal artist depicts Canadian and American politicians in his exhibition at Fresh Paint Gallery.
#ImagineOct20th concerts are happening from coast to coast, with an impressive line-up playing a Montreal show this weekend.
Either the polls are way off, or we’ve become the kind of country where a pile of anti-Muslim policies can win an election.
We spoke Chris Lloyd, the independent candidate for Papineau who trolled the Conservative Party for years.
We school the PM, whose faux sympathy and blinders to Syria’s reality are reflected by anti-refugee, pro-bombing policies.
Quebec judicial authorities are skeptical about the reported death of the former Montreal superhospital boss in Panama on July 1. With good reason.
If Harper wins the election in the fall, his Western supporters may well have the returning Bloc leader to thank.