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New exhibit at Saskatoon’s contemporary art museum sheds light on Indigenous histories and beyond

Linda Nguyen

Inside the Remai Modern

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What comes next for Canadians fighting to legalize drugs?

Susan Boyd

Excerpt of Susan Boyd's Busted: An Illustrated History of Drug Prohibition in Canada

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The Space Between

Amy Jones

Short fiction by Amy Jones

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Will a Canadian city house Amazon’s second headquarters?

Katherine DeClerq

A definitive ranking of the most likely cities north of the border

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Bill Morneau’s trouble in the House

Kevin Philipupillai

The finance minister is in hot water over an ethics scandal the Opposition isn’t backing away from

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75th Golden Globe Awards – Photo Room – Beverly Hills, California, U.S., 07/01/2018 – Aziz Ansari poses with the award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy for "Master of None". REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Allegations against Aziz Ansari have opened up powerful conversations about consent that we need to have

Hanna Lee

Commentary around allegations against the actor has been heated, but the story has brought about an important dialogue about sex

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ACTION SHOT: Fighting racism in Quebec

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Photo by Christopher Curtis

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REVIEW: Canisia Lubrin’s first poetry collection tackles pop culture, science, and news on race

Jessica Rose

Inside Voodoo Hypothesis

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REVIEW: New book explores Canada’s oil industry

Andrew Reeves

Inside Kevin Taft's Oil's Deep State

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REVIEW: Author’s debut English novel explores love and consequence during the Somali Civil War

Allyson Aritcheta

Inside Fartumo Kusow's Tale of a Boon's Wife

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Third Eye

Souvankham Thammavongsa

New poetry by Souvankham Thammavongsa

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Generation Too Much Information

Alisha Sawhney

Children raised in the internet age are bound to share their lives—the good, bad, and ugly—on social media. What happens when they run for public office? Inside the world of online privacy laws, bitter political mistakes, and changing attitudes

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Newfoundlanders and Labradorians share some of the world’s greatest genetic similarities with one another—and scientists are racing to study them

Terri Coles

Genomic information from the province could help one company develop new medications and treat illnesses

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Gary Barwin

Poetry by Gary Barwin

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Meet Canada’s abortion doulas

Sara Tatelman

The assistants help break down the stigma for Canadians terminating their pregnancies

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Best of This Magazine 2017

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The stories our readers loved most this year

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