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Too many heroes are still forgotten, even on Remembrance Day
Column: Mickleburgh Over the years, there have been numerous books and documentaries about the Mackenzie-Papineau Battalion, but at a time when there is such ongoing acknowledgement of Canada’s past historical wrongs, they remain forgotten at ...
Movie Review: Everything Everywhere All At Once Everything Everywhere All at Once more than lives up to its name as we enter a particle accelerator of acting and performance that explores issues of metaphysics and personal meaning. At times slapstick, others ominously bleak, directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinhart make a beautiful mess saved by the ...
Movie review: Moonage Daydream Stripping away the sycophantic commentary that often accompanies biographical exercises, Brett Morgen's Moonage Daydream quietly opens the portal to David Bowie's central creative vessel: Himself.
Daddy Diary #8: The Puppetry of Parenting What does a puppet parent looks like? Imagine a new form of entertainment if choreographed by a drunk, one-legged Danny Kaye and a zombie cheerleader. By Chris Lackner “I've got no strings so I have ...
Recipe: Reset Button Green Smoothie A spritely emerald green, this smoothie is packed with kale and spinach, but sweetened naturally with pear, banana and pineapple, so as good as it is for you, it doesn’t taste like medicine. By Louise ...
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Sports: 2018 Olympics in PyeongChang From the history-making luge team to comeback kid Mark McMorris, Canada has had a Games to remember — and it could get even better during the last week of competition By Bev Wake There have been moments, during these 2018 Winter Olympics, that should stay with us for a while. There was Sam Edney, unable ...