A family faces tragedy in this chilling story of life, death and pets based on the novel Pet Sematary by Stephen King. But is it horror or horrible?
Plastic straws are now public enemy No. 1. However, there are many other items made out of plastic that should top that list.
Humanity has problems we’d like to solve. Higher intelligence is clearly desirable. But it comes with real risks, writes Nathan Timmerman.
Because the Mike Harris-era list isn’t indexed for inflation or salary growth, it’s becoming less and less useful, writes Spoke reporter Kaitlyn Mullin.
As old paradigms fall by the wayside, personal journalistic brands may be one way to ensure responsibility and reliability, writes Terry Foster.
The alt-right movements of today have their roots in notions of cultural and religious superiority going back to the Crusades, writes Ahmad Khan.
In a podcast, Spoke reporter Phil Courtemanche provides his take on Wrestlemania 35 and discusses the impact the show’s length had on the main event.
Former chef turned journalist Terry Foster offer his opinions on dinner at Wildcraft restaurant in Waterloo, Ont.
Spoke reporter Colin Burrows asks: When it comes to stress and mental well-being, can a course curriculum really be one size fits all?
The fantasy novel by Nicki Pau Preto does succeed, however, in telling an engaging tale about phoenixes and ‘animage,’ writes Jaime Murdock.
The province’s Bill 21 is about more than symbols. It is about any cultural or religious outlook at odds with the majority, writes Ahmed Khan.
The star player has proven his worth to his new club, but the bad taste over his departure from Genk lingers, writes Niall McCrossan.
Sure, an Amber Alert may disrupt your TV show, your sleep or your routine. But before complaining about it, think again, says Jessica Towriss.
Parents who wish to introduce the full range of vegan choices to their children face tough challenges, says reporter Karina Kajishima.