This Magazine

Progressive politics, ideas & culture

Menu

We’re here. We’re queer. Now what?

Amy van den Berg

For LGBTQ refugees, Canada is no land of unicorns and rainbows

More »

Dear Future Great-Grandchild… Forgive Us

Michael Polanyi

The world we'll leave behind won't be a pretty one

More »

We need to stop pretending there’s no Islamophobia crisis in Canada

Brigitte Pawliw-Fry

How do Canadians view themselves through the lens of national massacres?

More »

Gene machine

Adam Elliott Segal

I spit in a tube and uncovered secrets about my family long held under wraps by the government. My case for consumer DNA kits

More »

State of the Art

RM Vaughan

Canadian art is about so much more than documenting our picturesque landscapes. Artists Lezli Rubin-Kunda, Sandra Rechico, and Susan Fiendel say home is where the mind is.

More »

I grew up in the age of VCR recordings and pay-per-view. Now, I’m raising my son in the streaming era.

Anne Thériault

Anne Thériault on what she's learned from Netflix, iPads, and her seven-year-old

More »

This Magazine is hiring a new editor!

This Magazine

Applications due December 14

More »

Tout le monde en parle has gripped Quebec viewers for nearly 15 years. Why can’t it reach the rest of Canada?

Sara Black McCulloch

Sara Black McCulloch unpacks the talk show Franco Quebecers can't stop watching

More »

Canada has an oligopoly problem—and we need to fix it

Ishmael N. Daro

It's responsible for high phone bills, the Big Five banks, media concentration, and more

More »

Sea Change

Nadia Ragbar

Short fiction by Nadia Ragbar

More »

I gave up television for 35 years. Why I started watching again

Thelma Fayle

Writer Thelma Fayle jumps back into the world of TV and finds value in the medium that she never did before

More »

This B.C. First Nation is fighting for recognition in Trans Mountain Pipeline consultations

Amy van den Berg

The High Bar First Nation has largely been excluded thanks to geographical restrictions

More »

Inside the battle for taxpayer-funded multicultural television

Aadil Brar

The Canadian government wants TV to look as diverse as our country—but producers just want to make a quick buck

More »

Indigenous arts are the real deal. How counterfeiting is destroying that

Prajakta Dhopade

New campaign aims to protect Indigenous crafts from mass-produced knock-offs in Canada’s gift shops

More »

Q&A: Paul Vermeersch talks self-fulfilling prophecies, science fiction, and his new poetry collection

RM Vaughan

RM Vaughan sits down with the poet to chat about Self Defence for the Brave and Happy

More »

More topics in-depth