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Here are some shots of our day at the march
Brilliant play captures the difficulties of hyphenated identities.
A summer special account of Philippe’s travels around Asia
Part II as we follow Philippe eating and sight seeing his way in China.
Steve-O shows his softer side alongside his most shocking stunts.
We follow Philippe Canning and his wife as they visit sites and restaurants and experience kind treatment on their travels in China
Steve-O not only tells us about some of his latest feats, but also talks about some of his favourite rappers.
Two great shows and three great musicians end the Jazz Fest
Good locally sourced food and seasonal specials at Boss & Fils
Immersive experience astounds.
Play not only has staying power but continues to awe.
We send a photographer to crawl the halls of the city underground for the annual art festival.
Contemporary dance piece explores themes of identity and colonization.
RIDM launches with Christy Garland’s What Walaa Wants, about a Palestinian woman coming-of-age in Balata Camp.
Cautionary tale about a couple and their Sri Lankan caregiver warns of the social structures that trap us.
Kamau’s multimedia piece exploring the concept of loss will be presented on November 1st and 2nd.
Dance gets a VR makeover in Tangente’s latest.
Canada Stage’s new director Brendan Healy talks to Marianne Ackerman about taking the helm in advance of The Children’s opening in Montreal