At World Press Photo, the best talents wield the camera not as an indifferent eye, but an instrument that reveals, often tenderly, the complexity of the world and who we are.
The PQ’S Charte des valeurs may be dead, but its origins aren’t. L’Urgence de penser is a collection of essays written mostly by sovereignists opposed to the charter.
Working for the UN in Jerusalem during the Gaza offensive, I found the organization’s neutrality attacked from both sides. But what does it mean to be neutral in a humanitarian crisis?
Soulpepper Repertory Theatre’s brilliant rendition of Molière’s Tartuffe should not be missed by any Montreal theatre enthusiasts travelling to Toronto.
That first night we stayed at the Sunrise Motel in Cody, Wyoming, the town built by Buffalo Bill. One year, the Hell’s Angels and Bandidos had both booked into the motel on their way to the Harley Davidson convention. Police from a hundred mile radius had surrounded the motel to keep the peace.
In her politically audacious My October, Claire Holden Rothman crawls under rugs most of us in this province have left untouched, and the dust she stirs up is impressive.
Set in Montreal circa 1878, Portrait of a Scandal retells of an abortion, a suicide, a courtroom thriller and a story of forbidden love that threw anglo high society upside down.
In Getting Waisted, serial dieter Monica Parker turns being fat in a thin world into one riotous memoir and tell-all confession, with self-acceptance as the ultimate prize.
Gaza’s Ark was an unarmed ship built to bring relief to besieged Gazans and challenge the Israeli blockade from the inside out. It was targeted by Israeli forces on July 11th.
Trolls are the bane of the virtual world, but also a marker of our 2.0 times. What does a troll want out of life? Where do trolls get their energy and political beliefs?
Mauritius is a prosperous country that punches above its weight in many categories. Bookstores are hard to find and full of pulp fiction, though with a little digging, I found gold.
Heralded by hip-hop artists and fictionalized in U.S. sitcoms, this Jewish “soul food” has been the decade-long obsession of author Laura Silver.
Filmmakers Lynne Fernie and Aerlyn Weissman discuss the re-release of their landmark 1992 documentary, Forbidden Love: The Unashamed Stories of Lesbian Lives.
“The father of new feminism,” the ringleader from Charlie’s Angels, a patriarch in the anti-patriarchy movement: who is Victor, Femen’s male collaborator portrayed in Ukraine is not a Brothel?
A Stephen Harper insider is hard-done by his own Conservative friends. Will he exact Frank Underwood-style revenge in a “tell-all” book?