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A collection of Jerome Stueart's Greyhound sketches, including one Vitruvian bus driver. more »

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How did the 99 B-Line bus route come to be the locus of the most heartless transit rides in Greater Vancouver? more »

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Possum-style or straight up dirty. more »

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Michal Kozlowski reports on the state of publishing: s'mores, Titantic metaphors, Celtic jigs, steak canapés and mechanical bull riding. more »

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Stephen Osborne says goodbye to Stephen Harper. more »

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A man with a chainsaw boarded the number 7 bus at about 7:45 a.m., when I was on my way to work in downtown Ottawa. more »

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“Thank Christ,” says Dieter when I finally wake up. “I thought you were dead.” more »

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"My father began his shopping spree in the fashion department. He ordered jackets, sweaters, shirts, trousers and shoes. In his new wardrobe he looks like a mummy that has been dressed up for a big night of trick-or-treating." more »

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"The tour guide said: every hour you spend down in the mine adds three minutes to your life." Michal Kozlowski reports from 300 feet below ground. more »

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During World War II my grandmother ran contraband, hunted pigeons. more »

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Roni Simunovic catalogues types of literary festival attendees: the jaded art student, the CanLit socialite, the overworked publisher and more. more »

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"Could I forget: the look that tells me you want me"—Vincent Pagé creates Google autocomplete poetry. more »

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Eve Corbel on marriage and what comes after the wedding: the monster mortgage, the dreary housework, the contemptuous in-laws and more. more »

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The zine scene—comics, wrestling, skateboarding and music. more »

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"I glanced at Jack, his tattooed arms, his gloved hands resting on the wheels of his manual chair. If only I could get my arms back. I could live with anything else." more »

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"My father believes the world is coming to an end, yet he commits his life to curing the sick." Dispatch by Marko Sijan. more »

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Lindsay Diehl encounters choppy waves, a beautiful man in a hot tub and a pendant shaped like a curved tongue on a trip to Hawaii. more »

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Stephen Osborne discusses the past, present and future of literary magazines in Canada. more »

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Jeff Shucard reminisces about St. Patrick's Day, 1979: druidic magic, Irish fiddle tunes and the greatest piss-up of all time. more »

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The rasp, the spatula and the corkscrew—Eve Corbel's series of obsessive cooks. more »

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