Brigitte Noël


The Strange Twists of a High-Profile Quebec Hate Speech Arrest

The tweets that got a Montreal man arrested and charged for inciting hate may have been misinterpreted.


La Meute: The Illusions and Delusions of Quebec’s ‘Largest’ Right-Wing Group

The organization, known as "The Wolf Pack" in English, was founded by anti-Islam ex-military members and has thousands of supporters.


​Photos of Donald Trump’s Worst Moments Remixed

In his new photo series 'Locker Room' Montreal photographer Jean Malek illustrates the candidate's worst moments.


How Canada’s Immigration Laws Make Migrant Sex Workers’ Jobs More Dangerous

Ban on migrant sex work has led to persecution and deportation, advocacy group says.


This Unrecognized Aboriginal Community Is Pissing Off Quebec Mohawks

Indigeneous leaders say the Mikinaks are making a mockery of their struggle.


​On Gord Downie, My Dad, and the People We Take For Granted

Hello, I am here with yet another emo Tragically Hip thinkpiece.


How to Print $250 Million in Fake Money and (Mostly) Get Away With It

Over Goldschlager, Frank Bourassa tells us how he got caught, but is still a free man.


Quebec’s New Online Gambling Law is Pissing Off Indigenous Groups and Net Neutrality Advocates

Mohawk First Nation argues territorial rights extend to cyberspace.


​These Quebec Bikers Want to Help Kids Confront Their Abusers

These biker guardian angels say there's a lack of resources to help abused children.


Woman Sexually Assaulted by Her Mayor Boss Can’t Go Back to Work Because He’s Still Mayor

The Quebec woman has been 'ostracized,' according to her lawyer.


We Spoke to Montreal’s Premiere Art Vandal About Her Naked Army

MissMe's latest work brings her iconic wheatpaste posters to life.