Visitors to any of the event’s 800 sites are provided an opportunity to learn about history, culture, and architecture.
Graphic novels have quickly become a favourite means of conveying under-represented, non-privileged viewpoints.
At 25, Toronto’s Hot Docs International Film Festival isn’t slowing down: with over 260 films representing 56 countries offering a diverse sampling of subjects, from pop culture to politics.
The sheer fancifulness of a supremely elegant pot product is part of the fun.
The stories and perspectives of children have long been overlooked by the history books—but a new exhibition at the Canadian Museum of History is shifting the narrative.
After a multiyear restoration, the UNESCO World Heritage site reopens with a performance on April 12 and will fully open to the public five days later.
FROM THE ARCHIVE:Whether kept with care in a glass house or growing wild in meadows, botanical varieties of all sorts wait yearlong for the pinnacle of spring. In this spirit, we unearth four stories from the NUVO archive inspired by greenery.
A woman’s life is upended after two strange sources report seeing her doppelgänger; a magisterial mélange of hard-core biology, philosophy, and octopuses around the world.
Encore! Dance Hall of Fame celebrates the contributions made by dancers—and dance lovers—to the development of Canadian arts and culture.