What to watch Feb. 6 to 10

With so many different streaming platforms and cable offerings to navigate, choosing what to watch has never been harder. To make things easier, here are our best tune-in tips for the week ahead. MONDAY Blind Ambition This documentary shares the story of four Zimbabwean refugees who go on to become South Africa’s top sommeliers. Zimbabwe’s … Read more

Byelection in Saint-Henri—Sainte-Anne to replace Anglade set for March 13

Article content QUEBEC — Voters in the Montreal riding of Saint-Henri—Sainte-Anne will be going to the polls Monday, March 13, to replace Dominique Anglade, who resigned after the general election. Article content Prime Minister François Legault is to announce the official date later Monday following a short meeting with his cabinet colleagues adopt the election … Read more

Tristan Thompson apologizes to late mom for making ‘wrong decisions’

Breadcrumb Trail Links Celebrity Tristan Thompson and his mother Andrea in August 2019 at the Amari Thompson Soiree in Toronto. Photo by Getty /Bang Showbiz Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission from purchases made through links on this page. Article content Tristan Thompson has apologized … Read more

Canadian dollar’s outlook uncertain amid recession concerns, analysts say – National

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted February 6, 2023 7:50 am Decrease article font size Increase article font size Experts say the outlook for the loonie in 2023 largely depends on commodity prices, how the US dollar fares, and whether central banks are successful in avoiding a major recession. The Canadian dollar recently rose to … Read more

Opinion: Canada has committed to protect nature. Time to get to work

Breadcrumb Trail Links Columnists Catherine Grenier is the president and CEO of the Nature Conservancy of Canada. Brochure Template photo from Nature Conservancy of Canada. Photo by Nature Conservancy of Canada /Postal media Article content In December, the world united around a global plan to protect and restore nature. The resulting Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Agreement … Read more

‘I don’t have a home to go to’: Peguis First Nation evacuees left in limbo 9 months after flooding

More than 900 evacuees from Peguis First Nation still can’t to return to their community nearly nine months after floodwaters ravaged the reserve. Nearly 300 homes are uninhabitable and many have been given no timeline for when they may be able to go back, Chief Glenn Hudson said. At least 85 homes have already been … Read more

Montreal moves to protect more rooming houses from speculators

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News In many cases, rooming houses represent “the final bulwark preventing a person from falling into homelessness,” said Montreal executive committee vice-chair Benoit Dorais. “We are taking concrete new actions to preserve the affordability of existing rental housing stock,” says Montreal executive committee vice-chair Benoit Dorais. Photo by John Mahoney … Read more

John pays $750 rent in Toronto. Can he afford his own place?

John, 33, has been living with his roommate and best friend for several years in a Little Italy apartment. Rent is low and John has had little incentive to move out. “We moved in together in our 20s and with rent going up around the city, moving out of our apartment seemed like a bad … Read more