Commentary

What the evolution of coming-of-age movies means for representation

North American filmmakers have been trying to capture the quintessential coming-of-age experience since the rise of the teen comedy genre in the 1980s.Continue...

Albert Schultz’s return a loss for Canadian theatre

In January of 2018, Globe and Mail columnist Margaret Wente proclaimed Albert Schultz will “never work in this town again—or, for that matter, in any theatre anywhere in Canada.”Continue...

Commentary: Stitching into Feminism

As up-and-coming artists challenge societal expectations, cross-stitching is experiencing a feminist resurgence.Continue...

Shapovalov vs. Auger-Aliassime a valuable moment for athletes

Midway through the third set of their first-round match at this year’s US Open, Canadian Denis Shapovalov said three words tennis fans rarely hear in the middle of a match. “Are you okay?” Shapovalov asked fellow Canadian opponent, 18-year-old Felix Auger-Alliassime, across the net. Spectators wondered—was that a sign of compassion in the middle of a tennis match?Continue...

Why your art should live online

As a theatre artist, a question I always ask myself is “how can I share my art with as many people as possible?” The answer is simple; get online.Continue...

Commentary: Who has the right to tell Indigenous stories?

At the crux of the controversy unleashed by allegations that Canadian author Joseph Boyden’s heritage isn’t as Indigenous as he claims is a question readers have to ask themselves as we consider his work: who has the right to tell Indigenous stories.Continue...

Scoping the state of CIS football

From many perspectives, this year’s Vanier Cup may be an ideal situation for CIS football.Continue...