In video games media, moralizing busybodies like Jonathan McIntosh have said that video games promote “toxic masculinity.” To the uninitiated, this might seem like a nebulous buzzword with no clear definition.
I’ve been both dreading and looking forward to writing this Lettitor for a good while. I’ve written and rewritten and written and rewritten time and time and time again. It’s not easy to say goodbye to something that’s been such an integral part of one’s life for such a significant period of time.
Dan Guy breaks a wide grin as the evening sun glances off his worn cap and plays through the alley. The Montreal native’s greying beard doing nothing to hide the refreshingly childlike enthusiasm of his words as his arms bear a small basket’s worth of strawberries and oranges.
A controversial 15 per cent property transfer tax for foreign nationals will now apply to all goods and services within BC, the provincial government has announced.
As the political climate in the United States of America becomes fraught with uncertainty and danger, communities across Canada are preparing to welcome an influx of American refugees this fall.
In what many claim to be the single most damning thing to have happened to their childhood selves since discovering the truth about Santa Claus, fully grown adults are filing lawsuits against the makers of the Ghostbusters reboot for stealing away their childhoods.
There were a lot of summer films released this year. Some of them were surprise hits and some of them were… not. With so many to choose from, and so much written about them, you may not have enough time to find out about them.
Light has finally been shed on the mechanics that led to Melania Trump’s Republican National Convention speech mimicking that of Michelle Obama’s in 2008.
It’s been nearly a month since the release of Pokémon Go took North America by storm. The rest of the western world has subsequently fallen deeply in love with the mobile game, in a movement that scientists are calling the “Poké-craze.”