Showing of 11 results
“It was like it never happened”
That time the Ontario government paid a group of women to cut themselves off, smoke punishing amounts of cannabis, and weave belts
Explainer: Why Canada is a popular bogeyman in India
Intertwined histories have led to Canadian Sikhs becoming regular scapegoats and targets of disinformation campaigns
Short Cuts
#267 Propaganda, Fascism And Murder: An Alternative History Of The Globe And Mail
The Globe and Mail is now 176 years old. You can read all about its accomplishments elsewhere. Writer Jamie Bradburn takes us through the paper's darker moments.
CANADALAND
#296 Two Centuries of Blackface in Canada
"In the psyche of the white Canadian is this same desire to see Black people in positions of either service or as comedic foils"
We Have Seen This Before In BC
And ignore that history at our peril
Things The Globe And Mail Would Probably Rather Forget
As the newspaper celebrates its 175th birthday, we offer an alternative history, from fascism to plagiarism
CANADALAND
#267 Propaganda, Fascism And Murder: An Alternative History Of The Globe And Mail
This week marks 175 years of The Globe and Mail. You can read all about its accomplishments elsewhere. Writer Jamie Bradburn takes us through the paper's darker moments.
One Of Canada’s Most Iconic WWI Images Was Staged For A British Propaganda Film
Scenes from The Battle of the Somme have become ubiquitous in Canadian remembrances of the war.
THE IMPOSTER
I Pity The Country (Pt. 2)
An operatic tenor takes turn-of-the-century field recordings out of the museum and back to their original community by fusing them with new, avant-garde songs.
A History of Activist Columnists at the Toronto Star
What was different about Desmond Cole?