The tragedy of Karl Tremblay’s untimely death was palpable, and the outpouring of tributes came from around the world. Everywhere, that is, except from English Canada.
The CRTC’s idea of “modernizing” broadcasting appears heavily weighted in favour of applying its 1990s way of doing things to the online world of 2023.
The loss of hockey isn’t merely about lost recreation. It represents the loss of something core to how we think about the country and our relationship to one another.
On Sunday, November 5th the clocks will roll back in the proverbial “Fall Back” and we will be returned to standard time. Yes, we will gain an extra hour of sleep. But at what cost?
The Hub spoke with Tara Isabella Burton about her new book, Self-Made: Creating Our Identities from Da Vinci to the Kardashians, in which she outlines the idea of self-making, including its causes, consequences, and what it might tell us about contemporary culture.
The individual commodified: Tara Isabella Burton on ‘self-making’ from the Renaissance to the Digital Age
This episode of Hub Dialogues features Tara Isabella Burton, a journalist and author who writes about religion and culture, discussing her new book, Self-Made: Creating Our Identities from Da Vinci to the Kardashians.
Are there any genuine Marxists remaining? Any old-school socialists? Anyone who thinks in traditional left-wing economic and class terms?
The 2021 Caruso & Minini Naturalmente Bio Catarratto is a $20 odd dollar wine ($21.95 in Ontario) that drinks like something twice the price.
There is a stark difference between older households, who saw their disposable incomes rise sharply, and younger ones, who have seen their disposable incomes drop.
This consensus reveals where the true disagreement resides. Many of the critics of parental rights profess the prevailing progressive beliefs on sex and gender, while the individuals who have adopted or been painted with the parental rights brush do not.