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Robert Everett-Green

Robert Everett-Green is a feature writer at The Globe and Mail. He was born in Edmonton and grew up there and on a farm in eastern Alberta. He was a professional musician for several years before joining the Globe. He has written several published short stories and a novel, In a Wide Country. He has received a National Magazine Award (Silver), National Newspaper Award nomination, and Southam Journalism Fellowship.

Latest articles
Jian Ghomeshi essay shows more introspection than remorse Robert Everett-Green
June federal court ruling remains open wound for Canadian museums Robert Everett-Green
Robert Lepage’s battle-scarred Kanata will finally be staged – defiantly – in Paris Robert Everett-Green
Les Belles-soeurs and the foundations of modern Quebec Robert Everett-Green
Montreal author Rawi Hage on freedom, extinction and his new novel, Beirut Hellfire Society
In Quebec, aboriginal invisibility is apparent onstage and on the streets Robert Everett-Green
Quebec and the strange politics of the Francophonie summit Robert Everett-Green
Montreal’s World Film Festival escapes shutdown, while other festivals jockey for turf Robert Everett-Green
The Enthusiast: On shuffling and swing dancing and learning to hear music with my body
Of Montreal
Robert Lepage and Quebec’s angry summer, in two acts Robert Everett-Green
Quebec Liberals staking out culture as an election issue they can own Robert Everett-Green
The Canadian roots and turbulent life of abstract painter Agnes Martin Subscriber content
The trouble with Robert Lepage’s colour-blind show about slavery Robert Everett-Green
Montreal street protest erupts over Robert Lepage ‘racist’ production of SLĀV
Montreal exhibit pairs Picasso with the kinds of African art he appropriated Subscriber content
No applause in Quebec as Mélanie Joly gives Netflix a free pass till after the next election Robert Everett-Green
Is virtual reality about to break through as an artists’ medium? Subscriber content
There’s something in the air as cannabis legalization draws near Robert Everett-Green
A guided tour for those who hate guided tours - hiking Moroccan mountains with an expert’s help
Of Montreal
Another arts group faces a curious tradition – having the rug pulled out from under its expansion plans in Montreal Robert Everett-Green