Alanis Morissette

Alanis Morissette on the re-release of Jagged Little Pill

Alanis Morissette on diva feuds and body image, unhealthy sexuality, reading to her son, and the re-release of Jagged Little Pill

Not so odd: The 2015 Junos fail to revel in Canada’s weirdness

Despite a number of opportunities, the 2015 Junos unsurprisingly stuck to the script, eschewing Canadian music’s essential oddness

Why Alanis still matters

Two decades on, as Alanis Morissette beats Queen Celine to the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, the legacy of ‘Jagged Little Pill’ is more alive than ever


Prince William plays doctor, Alanis Morissette goes to Broadway and Bailey the bison takes a ride


Barack Obama’s anguish, Jay Z’s new, less-hyphenated look and Lac-Mégantic gets a little love


Eliza and Rachael Hurwitz give ‘Ironic’ a few corrections

As many an English teacher has lamented, the irony of Canadian songstress Alanis Morissette’s classic hit Ironic is that she had a weak grasp of the concept of irony.

Postpartum pop

Postpartum pop from Alanis Morissette

The Canadian music icon has mellowed since she had her son, but remains as fiery and outspoken as ever.

Forever Young

Neil Young was the designated patriarch at this year’s Juno love-in between elders and upstarts



A Botox backlash in Hollywood, Alanis Morissette on Alanis Morissette Day, and is Wyclef Jean shafting Haiti’s poor?



Pamela Anderson writes a letter to Putin, Japan gets a less embarrassing PM, plus a Lou Reed concert for dogs


Quite an introduction

Between the sometimes-luminous opening ceremonies and the corny clichés of the closing show, Canada presented versions of itself the world had never seen


The sporting case for the Grammy Awards

The Grammys are to pop music what the Super Bowl is to sports