The Canadian designers behind Dsqaured2 launched a new line, Dsquaw. And, no, it was not some Bruno-esque meta-gag.
Book review: Stephen Marche’s book perfectly expresses the rapacious ferocity of capitalism—without hokey tropes
Steven Blaney rose to the top with his fierce loyalty to Harper. Now, as head of Public Safety, will he push back?
February 12th, 2015 7 comments
Carey’s story, already teetering by page 10, pulls us through the biggest constitutional crisis in Australia’s history, writes Martin Patriquin
Ensaf Haidar discusses her fight to free her blogger husband from a Saudi prison, and his sentence of 1,000 lashings
January 23rd, 2015 1 comment
A plan to take away Iqaluit’s only prime sled dog lot has mushers up in arms and fearing for their future
January 20th, 2015 1 comment
The magazine has, at times, loudly defended the Muslim faith
January 9th, 2015 2 comments
The media personality and former magazine publisher on being among the few publications—which included Charlie Hebdo—to print the Muhammad cartoons
January 7th, 2015 16 comments
The final report from the Charbonneau commission won’t be the end of the war on corruption in Quebec
Supporters of the left are worried the parties could once again cannibalize the vote
December 22nd, 2014 17 comments
One had a political coming-out, the other a hockey love-in with the sport’s most loyal fans. A tale of the tape between Pierre-Karl Péladeau and P.K. Subban.
Son to face trial for second-degree murder of his father, Richard Oland