Will the changes really make it impossible for some students to pursue post-secondary education? No, they won’t, writes Nathan Timmerman.
Alita: Battle Angel deals successfully with classic sci-fi themes such as class and what it means to be human, says reviewer Sarah Gilder.
Rap Or Go To The League features guest appearances by a number of hip-hop stars and bears the imprint of NBA legend LeBron James.
Spoke reporter Phil Courtemanche breaks down the factors that will mean success. Think Rollins. Think Kingston. And think Lynch.
Looking to escape an Ontario winter with the authentic tastes of Italy? Try Kitchener’s La Cucina, says reviewer Darick Charbonneau.
Their new album, Amo, may mightily disappoint fans addicted to the band’s more metallic edge, writes Karina Kajishima.
Don’t let the NHL’s hype fool you — younger sports fans without the nostalgic attachment to hockey are steadily shunning ice rinks for hardwood, writes Matthew Nowell.
Reviewer Clara Montgomery’s advice: Watch the film “in the privacy of your own home, so as to not embarrass yourself by sobbing in public.”
Recent reports, books and studies have produced two vastly different scenarios for the future of human life on Earth. Which will turn out to be true?
The Ford government’s drastic changes to the Ontario Student Assistance Program will have the effect of dashing the dreams of an entire socio-economic segment of Ontario’s youth, writes Elnaz Akbari.
HIgh-quality simulators bring the thrill of racing to average consumers, while also providing a proving ground for drivers who might graduate to a real track, says Niall McCrossan.
The Region of Waterloo is right in pleading with residents to rethink their use of so much salt, writes Jeff Halcrow.
Teenage Head is still rocking packed venues more than four decades after they started.
According to Statistics Canada, while the number of jobs in northern and southwestern Ontario have both shrunk by about 20,000 in the last decade, growth in the GTA has been steady during that same time. While provincial reports may reflect developments and improvements in Ontario, this is far from the whole story.