The gallery is asking the public to contribute to a continuously evolving Canada 150-timed installation that will gauge the country's social and political landscape
Jun 28, 2017
Five artists reflect on how their Art Gallery of Ontario exhibits reclaim a piece of Canada’s history for Indigenous, immigrant and racialized voices
What started as a nod to Canada’s hip-hop founders ended up being a free preview of next month’s OVO Fest – and Drake's surprise appearance was better than any fireworks display
Visible, young and often harassed by police, Native movements across North America are preserving Aboriginal culture and bringing social issues to the forefront like never before
Survivors of notorious St. Anne’s Indian Residential School fight their way through the courts and Canada’s legacy of 150 years of colonial rule
I always thought I was the perfect Canadian, born on the first of July, half Native and half settler. But I hope there’s less controversy on my 150th.
Drew Hayden Taylor