RENCONTRE AVEC CLAIRE SIMON Dans le cadre du Festival du Nouveau Cinéma 2013, en présence d’un public vivement intéressé […]
Volume 26 Issue 2
Veena Gokhale interviews award winning, Indo-Canadian playwright and actress Anusree Roy whose work comes to Montreal for the first time […]
MIBFF MIBFF MIBFF Gideon’s Army , 2012, US, is an HBO documentary following the stories of three public defense lawyers […]
Aside from Georges’ edgy wit and his questioning and incisive mind, I most admire his unbridled delight in creating mischief […]
Carlos Ferrand interviewed by Julian Samuel Carlos Ferrand was born in Lima, Peru.
Editor’s Note: This commentary generated a lot of questions and raised many issues around the argument of the piece: How […]
Why an issue dedicated to women and health?
Voting Rights for Women Seventy-three years ago, on April 25, 1940, Bill 18 was passed, putting an end to electoral […]
Artist’s statement Through symbols and textures that echo Indigenous art and the memory of childhood I explore various themes […]
Maria Ezcurra Exposition Fils, tendances et dangers Maison de la culture de Nôtre Dame de Grâce Du 25 avril au […]
The most important thing that a doula can do is the personal touch.
We manoeuvred out of a tight parking spot only to have a youth in a black pick- up truck […]
Annie (Kishkwanakwad) Smith St-George is a well-recognized Algonquin Elder, born and raised on the Kitigan-Zibi reserve near Maniwaki, Quebec.
In a country where nearly 33 percent of the population live under the poverty line, and where there […]
The unsayable Pruning the wild roses Why?
Canada lost a giant on May 29th.
One day I’ll read something that doesn’t set me off, but it seems this day has yet to come. […]
The Reluctant Fundamentalist, directed by Mira Nair 2012 Duration:130 minutes Starring: Hanluk Bilgner, Riz Ahmed, Liev Schreiber, Kiefer Sutherland, Kate […]