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Top Three This Month
Drizzy had a good reason to sit this one out, but Toronto fans were disappointed this year's "special guests" weren't as special.
The Peterborough-based Anishinaabe musician and writer reflects on f(l)ight, her brilliant new collection of story-songs.
In the futuristic new project ABAKOS, Montrealers Pierre Kwenders and Ngabonziza Kiroko find harmony in collaboration.
We thought back to every set we saw at the Toronto comedy festival and chose one joke to represent each.
If the festival bubble is really bursting, it's still in tact around POP Montreal. Here's how they do it.
The newly-crowned Polaris winner played Manifesto this weekend alongside Anderson .Paak and A Tribe Called Red. They were all united in spirit.
In this wide-ranging interview, U.S. Girls' Meg Remy talks about her new community of collaborators, great theatre, and violence.
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