Caitlin Stall-Paquet

Caitlin Stall-Paquet is a writer, editor and translator based in Montreal. Her writing has appeared in The Walrus, The Globe and Mail, Elle Canada, Chatelaine, BESIDE, enRoute, The Narwhal and The Toronto Star. In 2021, Caitlin was named a CBC/QWF Writer-in-Residence. Follow her on X (formerly Twitter) and Instagram at @caitlinstallp.

Latest from Caitlin Stall-Paquet

Tips for caring for loved ones at the end of their life

Palliative-care experts on how to comfort a dying person and prepare yourself for the supportive role.

Meet 3 Canadian natural wine producers who go wild for a hands-off approach

These makers share their philosophies and favourite international picks, too.

Yellowjackets Season 1 is the complicated depiction of women you're sorely missing

Even if you're already a fan waiting for S2, the first season is more than worth a rewatch.
Watch now on CBC Gem

Borsch is a soup like no other: A chef travels across Ukraine to sample dozens of distinctive recipes

‘This is the meal Ukrainians and Ukraine cannot exist without.’ Borsch: The Secret Ingredient is a culinary road trip in search of the secret ingredients that make borsch so distinctive

A look at aquamation — cremation by water instead of fire — in Canada

The process, which is being discussed as a greener option, could become the parting choice for many.

These ever-changing art exhibits live in a Quebec garden

Le Festival international de jardins, the annual art festival at Quebec's Jardins de Métis, brings art into a living, breathing space that's been blooming since 1887.

The case for leaving the perfectly manicured lawn behind

Why a more diverse and hands-off garden makes for a better environment.

What Nick Cave's new Montreal exhibition revealed to me about grief and dreams

With his treasure hunt of an exhibition Stranger Than Kindness, the tale-spinning musician puts his life on display for superfans and curious lurkers alike.

The case for remixing your latkes this Hanukkah

Food experts Bob Blumer and Kat Romanow have tasty ideas for this favourite fried food.
First Person

How returning to my father's hometown recalled my love for live music

My father would have marvelled at these sounds resonating through his hometown built around a copper mine. I envision him next to me, discreetly doing his signature awkward shuffle, alongside visitors and young local parents with babies sleeping on their chests.