A rare bookstore in California is collecting the stories of women that history would leave behind.
We sit down with Donna Feore to discuss her latest theatrical triumph.
Say the name Afie Jurvanen to a passerby and it may not mean much to them but the Canadian musician, better known as Bahamas, has been around the proverbial music-industry block more than a few times.
For the past decade, the documentary filmmaker Baljit Sangra has focused on sharing stories from her community by navigating the subtle complexities that lie within the hyphen of Indo-Canadian.
What is it to be Canadian? That’s probably impossible to define, and we’ve twisted ourselves in knots trying to figure that out. This Canada Day, we revisit a favourite essay on the subject.
Songs about Canada—that is, specific places on the Canadian map—are relatively rare. There have been some over the years, but compared to the USA, north of the 49th tends to get short shrift from the recording industry.
Born Rita Claire Mike-Murphy in Pangnirtung, Nunavut (population 1,500), electro-pop artist Riit writes deeply personal songs that incorporate throat singing and are intended to offer support to Indigenous youth.
Canada is in fact home to a tremendously diverse and robust podcast scene, and there are more voices joining the freshly mic-ed fray every day. Here’s a brief roundup of five of the best Canadian podcasts.
Though every Canadian region has its sweet specialties, many are unknown beyond their particular places of origin—which is a shame, because they’re all delicious.