A/J is Canada’s national environmental magazine, independently publishing intelligent & informed environmental journalism since 1971. A\J is published by Alternatives Media Inc, a registered Canadian charity that is dedicated to publishing hundreds of stories, inspiring thousands of meaningful actions, and engaging with millions of Canadians, each and every day.
Border Crossings Magazine
Border Crossings is a tri-annual arts magazine published in Winnipeg. Edited by Meeka Walsh, the magazine investigates contemporary art and culture through a mix of articles, reviews, interviews, and portfolios of drawings and photographs.
Established in 1984, C Magazine is a contemporary art and criticism periodical that functions as a forum for significant ideas in art and its contexts.
Esse arts + opinions, published three times a year by Les éditions Esse, is a contemporary art magazine covering a wide range of art practices, including visual arts, performance arts, digital arts, and all forms of socially engaged, site-specific, and performative intervention.
RACAR is a general art history journal published by the Universities Art Association of Canada (UAAC). As the one general art history journal published in Canada, RACAR’s scope reflects the range and diversity of art history practices in Canada and internationally. The articles in RACAR cover all countries and periods, as well as the history of design. In addition to publishing reviews of recent books and exhibitions, RACAR also offers space for artists to present, reflect upon, and discuss their work, as well as a forum for current concerns, debates, and polemics in art history.
Rungh is a Canadian multidisciplinary space for creative explorations, featuring work by Indigenous, Black, and People of Colour artists. Comprising a magazine, programming, archive, advocacy, and more, Rungh is committed to Canada-wide conversations by and about people of color. Rungh questions and challenges ideas about diversity in the Canadian cultural landscape.