How Canadian university libraries used the Covid crisis to further limit public access
Saul Bellow’s oft-downplayed Canadianness is key to his best fiction
Representing the climate crisis in fiction.
How Canada’s Black sleeping-car porters became agents of social change.
A presumptuous nominee on the hubris, and shame, of Giller Prize forensics.
Allegations of child sexual assault against the late Quebec director failed to spark necessary conversations about pedophilia and acts of public veneration.
Confessing my sins to an anonymous priest at Paris’ Notre Dame Cathedral was a much more public experience than I imagined it would be…