22 Apr 19
New Delhi Times

By Tarek Fatah Author & Columnist, Canada The curse of identity politics and ethnic vote banks in Canada has become the most racist aspect of our country’s slow and steady slide into the moral bankruptcy of our political values. Thirty years ago, when we landed as immigrants at Mirabel Airport in Montreal, the 1988 federal […]

21 Apr 19
Thomas K Lee Blog

Henson, Bill. Lux Et Nox. Fishermans Bend, Vic.: Thames & Hudson, 2008. Print. Crombie, Isobel. Body Culture : Max Dupain, Photography and Australian Culture, 1919-1939. Images Group in Association with National Gallery of Victoria, 2004. Print.

21 Apr 19
Nellie's Blog

This image shows my bunny Crombie and I. I was going for demonstrating to my audience that I am an animal lover. A week ago I got Crombie. But, in the past I have had many other animals. I think this image is pretty powerful because many people find it difficult to take some time […]

20 Apr 19

The Ontario Parasport Games are coming to Mississauga in 2021. The announcement was made today by MPP Deepak Anand, Mississauga-Malton, at the Paramount Fine Foods Centre during a Parasport Try-It Day held for high school students from eight local schools. “I am excited that the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport (MTCS) has named Mississauga as host […]

19 Apr 19
Caroline Layt - Journalist

Originally published – Hatch April 20, 2018 The success of an event often can be measured by its vibe – and the volunteers at Gold Coast 2018 provided a overwhelmingly positive one. Their genuine friendliness made for a wonderfully warm atmosphere, not unlike that created by the “best ever” Sydney Olympics (2000). Every time an […]

19 Apr 19

With Canada’s wetlands disappearing at an alarming rate, the fight to save the Rattray Marsh became even more important. By John Wilson | Featured photo courtesy of David Dibert from Pexels | April 19, 2019 Nina Munteanu, an ecologist and writing instructor at the University of Toronto, was devastated when she heard that long-time Mississauga […]

19 Apr 19
Books, Thoughts and Adventures

Easter is always such a strange time for me…when I was small it was a time of precise preparations and even more precise foods.  Easter breads and nut rolls and ham and kielbasa…my grandmother prepared a huge basket of foods that she took to church to be blessed by the priest.  My Aunt Annie made something […]

19 Apr 19
Hi-Fi Way: The Pop Chronicles

Escape to be seen at this year’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival with a stellar lineup that celebrates diversity, challenges cabaret stereotypes and entertains in intimate new spaces.  In her debut as Artistic Director, Julia Zemiro presents the 2019 program with more than 380 artists in 245 performances over 16 days and nights. Showcasing classic and contemporary cabaret, the […]

18 Apr 19
Chicago Independent Film Critics Circle

(Image: Center for Public Christianity) MARY MAGDALENE— 4 STARS So often (yeah, you Mel Gibson), films telling the final passion narrative days of the enduring and suffering of Jesus Christ try to soar to the very heavens they idolize. They aim for the showy and shiny in their quest for shouted glorification as if that […]

18 Apr 19

“I’m the mascot of an evil corporation!” This is a phrase said by Bart in The Simpsons Movie while wearing a black bra on his head to look like Mickey Mouse, and one that rang in my head when I watched the video announcing that The Simpsons will now be releasing exclusively on Disney+, a […]

18 Apr 19
Online Association of Female Film Critics

OAFFC members review “Missing Link.” Zoe Crombie Caroline Ames Sarah Buddery Sarah C Danielle Solzman Rachel Wagner   img