Super Bowl XLVI in Montreal

Ah, the Super Bowl: perhaps Canada’s favourite game that doesn’t result in immediate rioting, the destruction of downtown cores and the damning of our reputation for being the “civilized” North Americans. But that isn’t to say we won’t get rowdy. For those looking to get outdoors (and promptly back indoors) … Read More

2012 PuSh International Performing Arts Festival, Vancouver

During late January and into the month of February, Vancouver’s PuSh International Performing Arts Festival tasks creative Canadian and international artists to push (hence the name) boundaries, engage audiences and expand horizons. There are far too many shows to attend all, but here are a few suggestions that will have … Read More

First Drive: 2012 Toyota Yaris

The average Canadian does not need to be in Quebec in order to drive a Toyota Yaris. Still, there’s a 53.2% chance that, if you’re in said vehicle, any model year, you’re also in la belle province. Case in point, I am indeed in Quebec as I write this, having … Read More

Cracking Down

Research in Motion (RIM), the Canadian company best known for creating the BlackBerry smartphone, was recently placed on the endangered companies list by influential business writer Henry Blodget of Business Insider. Blodget’s controversial May 19 web headline pronounced that “RIM’s toast,” while his article’s otherwise identical print version at Canadian … Read More

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