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.
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.
I never much liked storytelling as a model for Life Itself and this may be a hint that it's due for retirement. In Canada it had a particularly strong run as a model for Canadian culture.
Bomb Girls should be required viewing for anyone interested in the battle of the sexes, and particularly young women today who proudly disavow feminism.
The film Margin Call takes us inside the foul-mouthed, high finance world of the one per cent. The low budget production validates the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Fiona Rayher and Tara Mahoney
The New Era blog demonstrates how young change agents are successfully using new tools and new approaches to re-imagine politics, commerce, culture, faith, collaboration, democracy and community.
Indigenous arts of the Americas from the last 500 years serves to illustrate that colonial, imperial, capitalist, and neo-liberal processes have acted as a type of "disease" among Indigenous peoples.
A new multi-platform web project, Inside Stories, aims to break barriers and bring together a Vancouver community.
Nov 16, 2011
Graham House at Green College UBC
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Play Chthonics presents celebrated local writers Daphne Marlatt and Meredith Quartermain for an evening of poetry and conversation.
Jeannine M. Pitas
Mayor attacks culture: 'If we were to try to save a department store by shuttering the windows, no one would come in. The same is true of Toronto -- if we shutter the windows, no one will come in.'