The Ephemera

The Ephemera

Goings on at the magazine.

The Features

Neighbourhood Watch

In January, 1968, eleven black students integrated Mount Greenwood Elementary School, on Chicago’s Southwest Side. In this excerpt from a memoir of her family’s civil-rights activities, Terry Murray, a white Mount Greenwood teen at the time, recalls the turmoil of the anti-integration protests that followed.
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The Kitch

Devilishly Elegant

Nothing says summer like a trayful of hard-boiled eggs covered in salad dressing and cornflakes.
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The Gallery

Life in a (Tiny) Northern Town

Eric Veillette, the chief planner of Spruce Mills, is taking city building to new heights.
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The Comix

The Fiction

The Features

A Man and His World

Expo 67’s life-shaping influence.
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Accidental Historian

Barry Slater’s curious nature is helping a Toronto curling club rediscover its past.
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“After the Red River Rebellion of 1869 / Louis Riel went crazy, he ran off and hid”

When Louis Riel Went Crazy” by

The Podcast

“Maybe we'll be around long enough to see if a print revival pans out.”

Ontario” by

The Features

Footprints in the Sand

Richard Kelly Kemick wasn’t sure why he wanted to spend an entire summer in the Alberta badlands acting in a play about the death of Jesus Christ. In this excerpt from a work-in-progress, the Christian-turned-agnostic discovers he’s not the only one with questions.
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Distinctly Canadian

Visitors to Jasper, Alberta, still love the town’s namesake host, seventy years after his first appearance.
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The Fiction

The Gallery

Birthright

Hip hop at the Six Nations reserve.
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The Comix

The Poems