Quebec and Iceland may seem nothing alike, but they do share certain similarities: whether from seismic phenomena or language politics, both are constantly changing shape.
Could the most left-wing state in America survive as an independent country? A growing movement of secessionists thinks so.
The morbid craft of taxidermy still exerts a powerful lure.
As she revisits Tolstoy’s unfaithful heroine, Susan Olding finds echoes of her own affair.
Searching for lessons in Toronto's 2010 G20 debacle.
For years, special visa considerations have helped immigrant women dance on Canadian poles—but, last summer, the Harper government closed this loophole. Who benefits from this sex-trade paper maze?
About five hundred egg donations take place in Canada every year, and experts say the process is very safe. But some donors face serious health problems—and doctors may be underestimating the risks.
The microblogging site now rivals Facebook and Twitter in reach and influence, but it represents everything wrong with the online echo chamber.
The first-place story from the 2012 Quebec Writing Competition.
The second-place winner from the 2012 Quebec Writing Competition.
As a gay man, Michael Harris constantly butts against a sexual mirror image. Is that why he fetishizes physical difference?
Only four snippets of text remain, part of a lengthier phrase broken up by time and neglect.
"Abortion" and "Playing Lesbians."
Winter listens: Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Tegan & Sara, Julie Doiron and more.