Tricia Smith, head of the Canadian Olympic Committee, on repairing the COC, the track and field doping scandal and what’s ahead for Canadian athletes in Rio
There is scant evidence of a threat, but the sins of the mother are to be laid upon the children
April 29th, 2016 13 comments
What does the West really know about the inner workings of Islamic State and how it will end? Alarmingly little.
As his campaign struggles to the finish line, billionaire Donald Trump announces that he’s being screwed—a hypocritical whine of a complaint
April 18th, 2016 4 comments
Avi Lewis on the climate crisis, Naomi Klein, and how he didn’t mean to ‘blow up the NDP convention’
April 12th, 2016 39 comments
The offshore accounts behind the Panama Papers may be legal. But they’re not fair.
April 4th, 2016 60 comments
Belgians filled the streets in defiance, taking to the sidewalks with chalk and messages of hope
Eddie the Eagle is the latest addition the stable of Olympic movies. Here are some more options for future adaptations
Donald Trump doesn’t just admire Vladimir Putin, he emulates him. What this tells us about the Donald’s rise and how he’d rule.
A new partnership gives French students a head start
March 1st, 2016 1 comment
A new imprint focusing on Muslim stories for kids will give writers like Canada’s Rukhsana Khan a chance to reach an underserved population
Over a boozy lunch, Canada’s beverage baron explains his latest reinvention and calls upon his Hollywood friends
February 24th, 2016 1 comment
It takes a huge amount of hot water to make the ice in hockey rinks. How technology is helping rinks go green.
February 23rd, 2016 1 comment