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Feb 2, 2012

Arts funding, greenwashing and the Enbridge pipeline

Stefan Christoff
In building a broader context for the Northern Gateway battle, stepping beyond recent headlines is important. In that vein, what are the relations between Enbridge and funding for the arts?
Columnists
Jan 27, 2012

Canadian cultural nationalism lives

Consider this a delayed obituary for McClelland & Stewart, "The Canadian Publishers," which effectively expired this month after a lengthy decline in the care of several owners.
News
Jan 26, 2012

Art and activism meet on Montreal streets

Stefan Christoff
As Montreal is being celebrated as a centre for cutting edge art in North America, a heightened critical reflection on artistic production and its representation is necessary.
News
Jan 26, 2012

The Iron Lady: More nightmare than politics

Mel Watkins
Both as a movie buff and a veteran leftie, I've been waiting to see The Iron Lady so I could write about it. Having now seen the movie, I have to admit that I'm perplexed as to what to say and advise.
Event

That's Women's Work presents fundraising penny sale!

Nov 19, 2011 to Nov 20, 2011
Emmanuel Howard Park Church
214 Wright Ave, Toronto, ON Corner of Wright and Roncesvalles
M6R 1L4 Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 38' 43.5084" N, 79° 26' 57.7932" W
Ontario CA
That's Women's Work Arts Network hosts a penny dale to help fundraise for a gallery space.
Columnists
Nov 8, 2011

Dusan Petricic's Toronto

In 1993, when Dusan Petricic came to Toronto from Belgrade in what is now always called "the former Yugoslavia," he was generally seen as its leading political cartoonist.

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