Challenges and successes for new Canadians
Focus on opening doors drives immigration aid groups
Immigration Program "a model that could be extended to … the country"
'If this region is going to survive and prosper, immigration is ...
McNEISH: 'We are now a global community'
Younger doctors exhausted by new practice demands
Fighting to find a family doctor: ‘The whole process is undignified.’
What we learned, what you said about doctor shortage in Atlantic Canada
Challenges, solutions to Atlantic Canada's doctor shortage
Family doctor shortage a threat to health care
MODERN MILLEE: Recharge your batteries with a book
Women honored at Cannes, as gender parity drive draws scrutiny
Eiffel Tower climber in custody after daring ascent
Teen drivers with ADHD have higher crash rates even with graduated licenses
Angry at being dubbed a hustler, Maradona dismisses new film
'Game of Thrones' scores record TV audience, leaves fans sad, mad
These top six renos can help seal a better deal when selling your home
Suzanne Wintrob Anyone who has been on a first date knows that first impressions matter. By putting in the effort to look your best, you’re more likely to attract a suitor. And then, if there’s chemistry, it can lead to a promising ...
COLIN AND JUSTIN: Thawed out and ready for action
As confirmed cottagers, not even the prospect of congested highways, empty shelves at the LCBO or black flies (we hope there’ll be less of the airborne menace this year, our premise being that larvae may have been stunted by Canada’s ...
'Old Town Road' is killing pop music, and it's all kinds of wonderful
By KC Hoard Three weeks ago, Taylor Swift, noted chart-topper and mega-pop star, dropped a massive single. The song, called “ME!,” is decidedly synthetic; the production is bland, the lyrics are lifeless, the message is tacky. Yet, as ...
CHRIS KNIGHT: 'Only my underwear is mine' - Johnny Ma on living the Cannes experience
Johnny Ma was born in Shanghai and raised in Toronto. He has worked in Australia and American and Argentina. His debut feature, Old Stone , premiered at the Berlinale. But you never forget your first Cannes. “It’s like the ...
'I miss my buddies': Geddy Lee reflects on Rush and his love of bass
Geddy Lee is on the road again in Canada. But not in the way fans of his beloved Toronto prog-rock outfit Rush — who packed it in after four decades following the final show of their R40 tour on Aug. 1, 2015 at the L.A. Forum — ...
An understated Huppert anchors bittersweet family drama "Frankie"
By Sarah White and Phyllis Xu CANNES, France (Reuters) - In Ira Sachs film "Frankie", Isabelle Huppert stars as an ailing French actress who gathers her family together for one last holiday - coming as close to playing herself as she ever has. The ...
SADAF AHSAN: Jon Snow may not have been the chosen one, but he – and his sisters – were the heroes
In Game of Thrones ‘s final season, we watched a number of characters quickly turn the other cheek: Daenerys Targaryen went the way of her Mad King father; Arya Stark decided to give up revenge; Sansa Stark went from victim to queen; Cersei ...
Array BioPharma's colorectal cancer combo treatment meets main goals
By Saumya Joseph (Reuters) - Array BioPharma Inc's cocktail of three therapies helped patients with a type of colorectal cancer live longer than those on standard treatment, according to interim results of a late-stage study on Tuesday. The ...
CALUM MARSH: The Game of Thrones finale was the right kind of ending — surprising but inevitable
What makes a satisfying ending? Aristotle wrote in his Poetics that the events of a tragedy ought to “come about unexpectedly, but at the same time consequentially” — that things should feel to the audience surprising but ...
Jamie Oliver shutters most UK restaurants, 1,000 jobs go
By Alistair Smout LONDON (Reuters) - British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's restaurant chain went into administration on Tuesday, leaving 1,000 people without jobs as the majority of branches ceased trading immediately in the latest blow for Britain's ...