Québec has just passed Bill 21, which bans many Québecers from holding positions of authority in the public service […]
We are still here Aimé, us the niggers of the north An otherness-nothingness imprisoned in our minds by our […]
Being Chinese in Canada: The Struggle for Identity, Redress and Belonging by William Ging Wee Dere Douglas & […]
My Undiscovered Country by Cyril Dabydeen, Mosaic Press (2018), 129 pages Cyril Dabydeen is a Canadian writer born […]
Ma voix se dévoile Je me souviens lorsque j’étudiais le chant classique au Collège Ste-Croix.
In Which, Being Book One of the Chronicles of Deasil Widdy by Louise Carson, Broken Rules Press (Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec), 2018, […]
The history of music is all about borrowing and building on the work of predecessors, whether it be […]
Me Artsy, compiled and edited by Drew Hayden Taylor Douglas & McIntyre, 2015 (256 pages) The best way to […]
Conception, photos, commentary: Tilak Seth, Keya Dasgupta and Subhendu Dasgupta English text: Nilanjan Dutta […]
My grandmother died in 1969 at the age (I think) of 89.
Vibration before sound, that’s how it starts.
Seven Mountains For my maternal grandmother That moment when you see spring on your windowsill you have […]