In 1985, Joe Average got some pretty bad news. He was diagnosed with HIV at a time when that carried a dire prognosis. The Vancouver

The National Gallery’s lineup of fall/winter exhibitions will include new photography from Canada, mid-century photography from Japan, monsters and a global survey of Indigenous

This summer, the building housing the Canadian Museum of History is 30 years old, but for the CEO, that landmark is not the whole

Canada's Library and Archives (LAC) contains some 22 million published documents from books to magazine. That equates to 250 kilometres worth of paper. The oldest

They are all in an UPROAR at Arts Court this week. That's because a new three-day multidisciplinary arts festival, that has been founded because of

Two new installations at the National Gallery speak to the constant change in personal freedoms, though on markedly different scales. Also, one is a