For the past several years, we have been justifiably looking out and beyond the city we originate from—-Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Volume 24 Issue 2
Artist Statement: The expression “motion photographer” came to me spontaneously since movement is the basis of my work: I am […]
I – Wings in The Dust Le vieux Paris n’est plus (la forme d’une ville Change plus vite, helas!
On the night of the May 2, 2011 federal election which saw the NDP come out of nearly nowhere to […]
Jean Talon Market is without a doubt one of the most popular spaces in Montreal.
I love Montreal, tu sais because English here is charmant and French c’est cool because locals know that a […]
Spring days are very much here. Both the sunny warm days and political hopefulness is everywhere.
32nd Ave., Lachine Now night, and off the curving yellow arches, the light, usually so harsh, glows dull in […]
If the commercials are to be believed, there is nothing more Canadian then a Tim Horton’s donut shop where […]
Montreal is a special city.
Ten years ago, after the 9/11 attacks, many commentators in Europe and USA expressed dismay at the way […]
The CBC report on 6 December 2010 left no room for doubt: “Taser killed Ontario man: Ontario Special Investigations Unit” (1).
The new student came to consult with his advisor in order to establish his curriculum.
I have a recurrent dream in which I am flying over a large body of turquoise water.
*** Editors note: Gabrielle Mathews has just won the junior category prize for this poem in the "Act NOW!
Does Canada need bigger prisons, as proposed by the now newly elected Conservative government and at what cost?
The Art and Science of Healing Since Antiquity.
Welcome to the Hotel Chanson de Geste, for once again it is pillow mint in Paris time, where the […]