In 1986, an album called Keyboard Fantasies was recorded on cassette in Huntsville, Ontario. It was self-released and barely sold any copies. Recently, the album was rediscovered, shining a spotlight on the incredible catalogue of Beverly Glenn-Copeland.
Trump might lead us into a trade war, Big Tobacco wants your sympathy, the federal budget misses the mark on gender equality and we get some much-needed facts on Sikh politics.
Performance artist Cassils talks about setting themselves on fire, having their image banned in Germany and making out with Lady Gaga in the Telephone video.
Tanya Tagaq opens up to Aliya before the release of her new album, Retribution.
A farm worker wants better conditions for foreign labourers, and is Trudeau bending gender norms in politics?
Libertarian Matt Bufton does not want to be lumped in with Conservatives; a story of a Brenna Kannick’s death in remand; the NDP proposed a bill to create gender equity (nearly) on the ballot.
Sex and the census, how the last government made poor people disappear and bailing out Bombardier.
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