July 11 to 16 // Experiencing film through the great outdoors
June 10 // Exploring the fibre arts through workshops and demonstrations
What to watch, listen to and read by black creators
Public service announcement: Valentine’s Day isn’t just for couples.
Tea is hot, and local shops are opening all over town to meet the demand.
Train travel requires extra planning and greater flexibility, but it pays off in spades.
1. Stella’s Cafe & Bakery
2. Tallest Poppy
3. Deer + Almond
1. Thomas Pashko
2. Melissa Martin
3. Honourable mentions: Miriam Toews, David Bergen, Jen Zoratti
What Brings Us Here – the National Film Board’s (NFB) latest social media project – is an experimental photo essay launched through Instagram.
Anishinaabe artist Jackie Traverse publishes a book for women
One River, Many Relations, directed by Dr. Stéphane McLachlan with videographer Michael Tyas, will be screened at the 14th annual Global Justice Film Festival (GJFF).
Winnipeg author Jamie Michaels describes his soon-to-be-released graphic novel Canoe Boys as equal parts adventure romp and personal development roadmap, filtered through a grotesque Canadian imagination.
Enjoy summer’s produce through the winter
Body-positive advertising is insidious