The Trudeau government’s conversion therapy bill attacks not only religion, but real families.
The buffet in Brampton serves over 180,000 customers annually, according to the restaurant’s website. Every dish is made in-house from scratch by their chefs.
From the artistry in the title cards and keys, to the music and the settings Locke and Key will keep you captivated.
At this time of year, many sports are at the end of the regular season, and some are even deep into playoffs, so the cancellations were heartbreaking for athletes and everyone else involved.
Netlix’s All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You is an entertaining sequel to All the Boys Loved Before but is not quite as engaging.
“Our political views are being hardened by the structure of our social media,” local expert says.
A major switch in how Ontario’s 45 publicly-assisted colleges and universities are funded could have negative consequences, writes Patrick Spencer.
Based on the book by John Green, Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle, Let It Snow is one of Netflix’ newest original releases in the romantic comedy genre.
Spoke reporter Broderick Visser argues that climate activists’ approach to spreading awareness about climate change being “counterproductive.”
Midway is that uncommon war movie that strikes all the right notes.
Pro-life. Anti-choice. What are those hard-nosed churchmen thinking?
I’ll tell you. If you’ll bear with me.
In this article, Visser discusses the past, present and future state of journalism, freedom of the press and how that impacts our democracy.
Opinion by Broderick Visser.
Warren Kinsella’s Daisy Group consulting firm was behind a social media campaign which was to keep People’s Party of Canada leader, Maxime Bernier out of the federal leaders’ debates and to place the PPC on the defensive.
There are more than 40 billionaires in Canada — and their “superpower” of amassing wealth is growing, writes Patrick Spencer.