October 30 – November 12, 2014

Older issues

2014-10-30 Cover, photo by Caitlin Cronenberg

NEWS

PROVINCE It Doesn’t Scan Why private MRI clinics aren’t the answer to long wait times | by Gregory Beatty READ

CITY HALL Innovation Deficit Great cities don’t hire P3s to do all their thinking for them | by Paul Dechene READ

POLITICS History Will Judge The war against IS: medieval and techno-barbarism | by John F. Conway READ

WORLD Three Elections Democracy has no amnesia in Brazil, Ukraine and Tunisia | by Gwynne Dyer READ

SCIENCE MATTERS Good, Clean Money Green technology: good for the economy and the environment | by David Suzuki READ

EATS

RESTAURANT REVIEW We Have Hunger Cafe Francais: an airplane to Paris in a Regina strip mall | by Aidan Morgan READ

ARTS

ART Object Lessons Two shows tackle artifact–to-art transubstantiations | by Gregory Beatty READ

FILM REVIEW The One I Love | by Jorge Ignacio Castillo READ

FILM David Cronenberg A great Canadian director hates the word “legacy.” Too bad | by Jorge Ignacio Castillo READ

FILM Hnetflix | by Shane Hnetka READ

MUSIC Nice Sets Cost Money Tokyo Police Club is a Forcefield and you’re invited | by James Brotheridge READ

ALBUM REVIEWS Close Talker / Absolutely Free / Stars / Purling Hiss | READ

RANTS

QCC Repent, Homophobes READ

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