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Canadian history, as seen by the New York Times
The Faraway Nearby a revealing window into how Americans saw their northern neighbour back in the day.
An Indigenous art stash, nudged into the light
Indigenous creations, hoarded for years by the federal government, get an audience at last.
Duane Linklater’s ruins of Toronto history on the banks of the Don River
The Cree artist’s take on the slippery idea of monuments turns the city’s own haphazard growth back on itself.
Huge Canadian art show in Venice showcases our home and creative land
No theme emerges at Imago Mundi, but maybe that’s to be expected in 2017, Murray Whyte suggests.
The death, and life, of Annie Pootoogook on vivid display at the McMichael gallery
She broke ground for a generation of Inuit artists. Her work, and her tragic death last year, helped us see how much more is broken.
Remembering Terry Ryan, a champion of Inuit art
Funeral for former manager of the West Baffin Eskimo Co-Operative to be held Sept. 16 in Toronto.
AGO facing big choice as top curator Andrew Hunter quits: Whyte
Hunter’s fresh ambitions for Canadian art offerings helped make gallery relevant to increasingly diverse city
Nuit Blanche 2017 will serve up issues with the art
The annual all-night art event looks ahead at Canada’s next 150 years with its theme "Many Possible Futures."
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