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The Call of the Wild re-made again, a festival of strong...
Your numerology cycles February 15–29
Fantasmes à bout de souffle
Portrait of a Lady on Fire, superb, The Assistant, too...
Marcus King Band brings Southern Blues North of the border...
Wrinkles in the mind
Notes from (deeeep) Underground
Unruly Harley Quinn, morality by The Traitor and Elijah...
Pillars of salt that sing and dance
Your numerology cycles February 1–14
News flash, Mr. Harper: Muslim women can be strong. Stop speaking for us.
Do you remember the 1990 Gulf War? I do. I am Muslim, and have never worn a hijab (headscarf)— but at the time, in an act of solidarity, I opted to briefly wear one after I heard a...
Mar 16th, 2015
Beyond the Burqa: Vancouver filmmaker Brishkay Ahmed speaks about Afghan women, media and social change
A searingly brave filmmaker shares her thoughts on women's rights, social change in Afghanistan through media, and the big difference between a burqa and hijab.
Jul 20th, 2012
For Muslim Canadians, the fallout from 9/11 was personal
The oddest thing was having to prove her community didn't approve of madmen, terrorists and bombings, one young woman recalls.
Sep 5th, 2011
Four hip hijabis talk about their relationship to the headscarf and fashion
Wearing a headscarf doesn't make you a fashion bore, these young Vancouver women say.
Nov 12th, 2010