When Canadian architect Raymond Moriyama died in Toronto at age 93 on Sept. 1, critics and biographers were effusive about a career that had produced some of the country’s most iconic public buildings. Read More
Cancer. There is no word more personally terrifying or capable of prompting instant fear.
Daniel Eisenkraft Klein, University of Toronto On Nov. 3, police raided three Vancouver magic mushroom dispensaries and seized tens of thousands of dollars worth of psilocybin and other psychedelics. One store has already reopened, with the owner saying the other two will reopen soon. Psychedelics remain predominantly illegal in Canada. But storefronts advertising psychedelics are […]
Ronald Rolheiser, a well-known spiritual writer – his book, The Holy Longing, sold 700,000 copies – recently gave his annual retreat at Queen of Apostles Renewal Centre in Mississauga. The theme was “Incarnation,” which distinguishes Christianity from other religions. In five talks he outlined the “stunning implications” of this for every aspect of the believer’s […]
We wrote to you concerning the comments you made about a canvasser from the We Deserve A Referendum Petition, a campaign initiated and managed by Protect Our Waterways after the November 9, 2021 council meeting. It has been two weeks but unfortunately we have not received a response so we are resending it today. Upon […]
It’s taken months, but Middlesex-London officially passed the magical threshold of 90 per cent coverage for two doses of COVID-19 vaccine.