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From the collection Malgré tout on rit à Saint-Henri (Le Quartanier). Translation by Melissa Bull.
Cryptozoologists head into the forest looking for something bigger than themselves.
Witnessing mob violence in Tanzania.
When the Parisian leans against me on the bleachers, I feel like I am winning by 250 points.
Men hugely outnumber women in the kitchens of high-end restaurants and the imbalance is a recipe for abuse.
The three of us took the show on the road, with me as the ringleader, and the bobcat would do tricks.
The gold rush is long gone, but a new generation of artists is stoking the myth of the Yukon.
Vancouver’s Insite is an unqualified success. So why is it still the only supervised- injection clinic in North America?
Hilton Als, Tiqqun and the lost children of consumerism.
Syrian refugees are straining Lebanon's overburdened infrastructure. Without increased international aid, the country faces more than a humanitarian crisis.
The Montreal poet discusses ritual, belief, loss and his new book.
An interview with the poet and author about his new novel Sebastiano's Vine.
When he is doing the job correctly it is almost as if he is doing nothing.
The second-place winner of the 2013 Quebec Writing Competition.
The first-place story from the 2013 Quebec Writing Competition.
With government cuts looming, Parks Canada needs cash. Are the guardians of our unspoiled wilderness selling out?
An alternate cultural history.
Amid deadly attacks, Pakistan's Hazara community is closing in on itself.
Excerpted from Zinc (No.29, 2013). Translation by Melissa Bull.
Actors turn the human instinct for performance into art. Ingrid Veninger’s The Animal Project explores this unique psychology.
With Denis Côté’s latest, the director demands his place in the Canadian film landscape.
It’s easy to hate Christmas music. But director Mitchell Kezin makes a strong case for the much-maligned genre.
In 1978, the author and her family moved to North Africa. There, they were strangers in a small town.
As the adult industry goes mainstream and women become an increasingly large part of the market, can porn be both hot and ethical?
Live action role-play, or larp, immerses adults in a vivid fantasyland. Can it save the world, too?
An in-depth discussion with the Man Booker winner about The Luminaries.
Canada’s largest iron mine could create thousands of jobs and bring billions of dollars to Nunavut. It could also permanently harm Baffin Island’s dwindling caribou population.
When methamphetamine arrived in a Maritime county, small-town trust allowed the drug to take root.
The fiction writer discusses motherhood, food, futuristic ewoks and her piece in Issue 49.
Navigating the proposed Northern Gateway Pipeline marine route.
A childhood sense that Chinese ethnicity hardly mattered didn’t last long.
New fiction from Zsuzsi Gartner, who is trying to spend a year living without computers.
A new film charts one boy’s transformation from pop-culture nerd to delusional murderer.