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The CW

The Toronto-shot DC Comics show premiered in the U.S. last year and is now streaming on Netflix Canada Read more

Interviews & Features

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Enzo DiMatteo

"It's a shit show all around" with virtually none of the winners in province's raffle for retail licences having a shred of name recognition within the cannabis industry Read more


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Courtesy of HBO / Bell Media

Free series includes HBO doc about comedian Robin Williams and festival hit Laila At The Bridge Read more

Film Fests & Special Screenings



Ontario already loses 71 hectares of farmland to urban purposes every day – the PCs' Bill 66 will open up one of the last vestiges of small-scale agriculture in the province to development Read more


Here are reviews of every show at the Fringe's boutique winter theatre festival Read more



Courtesy of IDS

From designing an office for Generation Z to a sustainable cabin, these are the must-hit markets, speakers and installations at the four-day design showcase Read more

Art & Design

A series of exhibitions and workshops at the indie design festival explore sustainability and autonomy at the end of life Read more

Art & Design

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Peter Biesterfeld

“The shelter crisis is making our women sick, exhausted and at risk of violence and premature death, and this must end.” Read more


Unwind, unplug and tap into mindfulness at these spaces for guided meditation. Read more


For many Canadians, the idea of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples died last week when the RCMP sent heavily-armed police to break up the Unist'ot'en protest camp that has been blocking pipeline plans for a decade in northern BC Read more



Natalia Manzocco

Reservations are open now for the city of Toronto's annual prix-fixe promotion Read more


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Dayna Konopelny

An OCAD University course challenges budding industrial designers to think locally Read more


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Natalia Manzocco

With discounts on takeout, grocery deals and delicious products made from leftovers, these companies prove saving the planet can be fun, tasty, and easy on the wallet Read more

Food & Drink

On his new album, Anne, Toronto saxophonist Joseph Shabason sonically reflects on his mother's life with Parkinson's disease, while incorporating her voice into the music. Read more


From award-winning actors to a jaw-dropping magician, here are some talents heating up the Fringe's 12-day winter festival Read more


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Paul Salvatori

These days, Conservative commentators are eager to pounce on anything that appears to paint Muslims and Islam in a poor light Read more



Christian Lantry

Even beyond Kelly, dream hampton's six-part Lifetime docu-series Surviving R. Kelly contains important truths about the legal system, treatment of Black women and how violence perpetuates. Read more


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Samuel Engelking

"It wasn’t the first time my gender identity had been questioned, but I never expected such blatant prejudice and dismissal from a doctor." Read more



Amanda Fotes

Faith/Void, the multi-purpose venue and record store at College and Dovercourt, was a champion of DIY in Toronto’s music and arts. scene Read more



Courtesy of Bell Media

The complexities in the relationship between Mahershala Ali and Carmen Ejogo's characters is where the latest season of HBO's crime drama really takes hold Read more