By Meg Shields
Crack a beer and lean back in your Adirondack: here’s the best of the best when it comes to Canadian horror.
How a light-hearted Canadian comedy became one of the decade’s loveliest and most important shows.
By M.G McIntyre
Although often parodied for their deference, and known for their comedy, a vein of fatalism runs through the best Canadian artists and art, and ‘Slings And Arrows’ is definitely among the best.
Girls just want to have fun in this imperfect but entertaining French-Canadian film, now in theaters.
By Neil Miller
‘Letterkenny’ has invaded the United States and you need to be ready.
By Rob Hunter
If we don’t celebrate Canada, who will?