Sign in. We gaze into our crystal ball to look at seven Toronto International Film Festival titles to watch for come awards season. Watch the video.
On December 1, we said goodbye to one of the best - Uncle Mike. Mike showed us how to live with humility, compassion and integrity, and everyone loved him for his generosity and strength. He inspired us to live life to the fullest and to our utmost capabilities.
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Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Okay, so I generally only dine at "ethnic" places, but every now and then I want some pizza or a burger. I usually avoid chains, but sometimes when you're on the road it's good to have an option that you can count on, rather than taking a chance on a local joint. In the U.
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It was a long, long time ago, as a matter of fact, when Catherine Ford said that about Quebec. All this bilingualism stuff, see, was driving the young reporter for a small Ontario newspaper nuts, so she sat down at her typewriter and got it out of her system. Go suck a lemon!
In a posteconomic-collapse world, any news about job growth feels like good news. But last week's Statistics Canada announcement that 67, jobs were added in September might not be such a good thing. In fact, it's looking pretty grim. According to a report published by Capital Economicsthe huge job gains in the Labour Force Survey LFS were primarily part-time, self-employed, and poorly-paid positions, with many of these jobs going to people over
Suck It Up is a movie about damaged people, and the way they manage to damage others. Ronnie Grace Glowicki has just lost her brother, Garrett, and compensates by turning to alcohol and promiscuous behaviour — although, as she freely admits, she was no saint even when he was alive. Faye Erin Carter also lost Garrett, twice.