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Patty Osborne on teenage love, internet clicks and stolen babies. Read more

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Opus 217. Against the Enamel of a Background Rhythmic with Beats and Angles, Tones, and Tints, Portrait of M. Félix Fénéon in 1890 by Paul Signac. Collection: Museum of Modern Art.

Michael Hayward on Félix Fénéon and the exhibits unseen during COVID-19. Read more

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Kathleen Murdock on race, resilience, rage and joy. Read more

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On the curve of the contagion and on the measure of Montreality. Read more

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Thad McIlroy urges us to run from big tech before the death knell tolls. Read more

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Image: "Twenty Skies" by Alex Hyner

People have asked: What’s it like? How’s it been? Are you scared? Read more

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Photo: “Mud and barbed wire through which the Canadians advanced during the Battle of Passchendaele,” November 1917. William Rider-Rider / Canada. Dept. of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada / PA-002165

Bud was one of the few who’d seen Stewart’s face as it was. Read more

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Photo by Giammarco Boscaro, from Unsplash.com

Libraries are not only essential in educating the soul, but in forming the identity of a society. Read more

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Enjoy the fresh kebab while your freshly dented fender gets fixed. Read more

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Jonathan Heggen on staying on the periphery until the proverbial dust settles. Read more

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Illustration: Johann Daniel Meyer, published by Fleischmann in 1748

Our society is formed on the assumption of a healthy immune system. Read more

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Jill Mandrake on lyrics that make her shout out loud. Read more

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Michael Hayward on plastic art and slow sonnets. Read more

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Kelsea O’Connor on 48 printmakers and their unconventional studios. Read more

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Anson Ching on the opening and closing of catastrophes. Read more

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Patty Osborne on licking fish, erotic hallucinations and the mystery of the missing anthropologist. Read more

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Jill Mandrake on living life on the edge—from Etobicoke to Iqaluit. Read more

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Corona Covid by Towanna Miller. Photo by Nathalie Bertin. From "Breathe", an exhibition of masks at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies.

After Paul Muldoon and Raymond Williams. Read more

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Kelsea O'Connor on the bible, the Golden Girls and Captain Kirk's Lesbianism. Read more

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