The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ latest exhibition takes a Midnight in Paris-esque turn to la belle époque.
Beautiful views everywhere you look.
While National Indigenous Peoples Day is a day of celebration, the effort to learn and respect the complex cultures of Canada’s Indigenous communities can extend far beyond a single day.
In 1795, 16-year-old Daniel McGinnis stumbled upon a mysterious filled-in passage descending into the earth with a pulley system. The hole was flanked by three trees that formed a triangle, and the trees had symbols carved into the base.
For someone in possession of an aura camera, energy is captured as bursts of colour and light crowning the subjects head like a halo of emotions. We talk to Canada’s first aura photographer, Evelyn Salvarinas about how this works and why it’s relevant.
The latest home entertainment must-haves are multi-functional, hyper-connected, and designed to blend in seamlessly with the most fashionable of interiors.
The activist’s book provides tangible evidence of instances of racial oppression, tension, and violence in Canada, which are not one-off exceptions, but rather part of a complex system of laws and tactics rooted in imbalanced power structures.
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“There is no question that representation is central to power. The real struggle is over the power to control images.”