The beloved clock arrives in another incarnation.
By adhering to traditional production methods, Knob Creek’s Single Barrel Reserve allows one to experience bourbon as originally conceived.
The Jungle House looks as if it grew from the rainforest itself, treading the line between the natural and the man-made.
Daily bottles throughout (most of) December.
To better understand the nuances of holding the title of poet laureate, we spoke to laureates from select Canadian cities (and a Territory) about what the title means to them.
Juxtapoz x Superflat seeks to flatten the barrier between high and low art, allowing visitors access to previously unconsidered realms.
Chivas Brothers–owned whisky producer Royal Salute has created a blend fit for royalty itself.
Radically different from any other Canadian museum, the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum uses a combination of traditional skeleton displays and modern technology to provide guests with a truly remarkable experience of prehistoric Alberta.
From a celebration of pumpkins to a festival of cats, these Canadian events are niche, indeed.
The Audain Art Museum hosts an exhibit about the most sought-after geisha of the 20th century.
There may never be a better moment to invest in some perfect new shoes with the launch of Salvatore Ferragamo’s MTO Tramezza program.
Technogym has created workout gear one can’t help but want to use. How compelling that the road to looking and feeling good can start with a beautifully built machine.
Lifted from the imagination of Bandit9’s founder, Daryl Villanueva, the EVE MK II exists in nine limited-edition pieces at the MB&F M.A.D.Gallery.
As the first invested poet laureate in any Canadian province or territory, pj johnson considers herself a storyteller who is upholding what it means to be a Canadian writer.
As Edmonton’s sixth poet laureate, Pierrette Requeir sustains the arts while defining her identity as a Canadian living in a cultural mosaic.
Deirdre Kessler on how being a poet laureate influences the ways she engages with her community.
Canada’s parliamentary poet laureate seeks to establish a stable identity for the position—one that proceeding poets can follow.
Calgary’s first-ever female poet laureate is dedicated to cultivating aspiring writers to create work that will resonate with future generations.
Blomer believes that poetry has the potential to change people’s views of the world, making them take a step back and assess the affects of their choices big or small.
Being Halifax’s first Indigenous poet laureate, Rebecca Thomas advocates for the voice of her culture to be heard through poignant spoken word performances.
We asked judges in Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal, and Toronto to select the finest pies in their respective cities. Here are Montreal’s results.