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5.8.18

Weaves Get Weird On Their Cover of Arcade Fire's "Neighborhood #3 (Power's Out)"

For Polaris Prize's Cover Sessions, the band turns the Arcade Fire cut into a jittery banger.

12.8.17

An Armed Robbery Ruined My European Vacation, Then My Life

Sometimes the psychological aftermath of trauma is more terrifying than being threatened with murder.

1.4.17

This Roasted Cauliflower Salad Is Loaded with Thai Chilies

Try this unlikely combination of roasted cauliflower and Thai nuoc nam from chef Haan Palcu-Chang of Le Mary Celeste in Paris.

11.17.16

Toronto's Que Rock Is "Completing the Circle" of Teaching Aboriginal Culture

We premiere his new video, "Wounded Knee, Pt. 3" and talk to him about its many messages.

10.29.16

A Two-Headed Feminist Play Turns Internal Monologues into Critical Dialogue

Amy Nostbakken and Norah Sadava's 'Mouthpiece' captures modern life from a female perspective, without limiting it to the female experience.

8.12.16

How the World Caught Up to 'Trailer Park Boys'

It predated the mockumentary style of 'The Office' and meta-commentary of 'Community' and brought to the small screen, with an uncommon variety of dignity, a social class that usually exists there only to be mocked.

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8.9.16

How I Learned to Love the Tragically Hip and Still Be Punk

Fucked Up's Damian Abraham talks about his journey from idealistic hater to lifelong fan and friend of Gord Downie.

7.28.16

Young Canadian Tennis Player Makes Incredible Between-the-Legs Shot

Teen tennis prodigy Denis Shapovalov lobbed a tweener neatly inside of the paint, and his next shot was a cross-court winner.

4.11.16

Canadian Rock Icons Sloan Talk Commemorating A 20 Year Old Classic in 'One Chord To Another'

In their 25th year, the four-piece recognizes that their fans – both new and old – can’t get enough of the golden oldies.

3.9.16

Trudeau Is Looking for 'Iconic' Canadian Woman to Put on Money (No Offense, Queen Elizabeth)

In 2011, the only women from Canadian history to grace a bank note were replaced with an icebreaker. Now the Bank of Canada is turning to the public to help find a woman to feature on its money.

1.27.16

Counterparts’ Brendan Murphy Talks Humble Beginnings In Canada’s Most Overlooked Scene

Brendan talks to us about how not giving a fuck anymore helps the process of writing a record.

1.4.16

How the Ottawa Rock Camp for Girls Impacts Canada's Young Musicians

Sometimes it's as simple as letting girls know it’s ok to hit the drums or to yell in the microphone.

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