Restaurateur is showcasing Indigenous cuisine: ‘We’re the OG locals’

Restaurateur is showcasing Indigenous cuisine: ‘We’re the OG locals’

Inez Cook, the owner of Salmon n’ Bannock Bistro in Vancouver, serves food to a couple at the restaurant.HUBERT KANG/Destination Vancouver Inez Cook is a multitasker. She’s been a flight attendant for more than 30 years, and a restaurant owner for more than 10. A member of the Nuxalk Nation in Bella Coola, B.C., Cook … Read more

After criticism, European developer submits new Ontario Place design with more parkland

After criticism, European developer submits new Ontario Place design with more parkland

The European company set to build a spa and waterpark complex at Ontario Place says it has enlarged the planned parkland that would surround its facility.Therme Group The European company chosen to build a spa and waterpark at Ontario Place says it has listened to local concerns and enlarged the proposed parkland that would surround … Read more

‘I don’t have to act like all the dudes I hated working with’: Sarah Polley offers a new directorial vision with Women Talking

‘I don’t have to act like all the dudes I hated working with’: Sarah Polley offers a new directorial vision with Women Talking

Writer and director Sarah Polley photographed at the TIFF Lightbox in Toronto ahead of the opening of her film Women Talking, on Nov. 11.Melissa Tait/The Globe and Mail Most of the new drama Women Talking takes place on a single set – a hayloft – where Mennonite women who repeatedly have been drugged and sexually … Read more

What was your favourite book of 2022? The Globe wants to know

What was your favourite book of 2022? The Globe wants to know

We want to hear from our Globe bookworms: What book published this year was your favourite, and why? Your answers could be included in The Globe’s book coverage this holiday season. Tell us by filling out the form below or at this link. Please submit only one book, and provide the book name, the book’s … Read more

Toronto Star owners’ dispute over assets moves to arbitration

Toronto Star owners’ dispute over assets moves to arbitration

The owners of NordStar Capital have entered arbitration for how to divvy up the company’s assets, which include the Toronto Star newspaper.Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail NordStar Capital owners Paul Rivett and Jordan Bitove entered into arbitration Wednesday after mediation talks failed to resolve a fractious dispute between the two former business partners, according to … Read more

Canadian businesses urge Ottawa to resolve Nexus dispute with Washington

Canadian businesses urge Ottawa to resolve Nexus dispute with Washington

A Canada Border Services Agency officer speaks with a traveller at the Nexus office at the airport in Ottawa, May 8, 2012.Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press Nearly 60 Canadian business groups are urging Ottawa to resolve a dispute with Washington over the popular Nexus trusted-travel program that allows citizens of both countries to cross the border … Read more

RCMP, OPP commissioners discussed retroactive support of Emergencies Act

RCMP, OPP commissioners discussed retroactive support of Emergencies Act

Ontario Provincial Police Commissioner Thomas Carrique appears at the Public Order Emergency Commission in Ottawa on Oct. 27, 2022.Justin Tang/The Canadian Press RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki told her counterpart in the Ontario Provincial Police that the federal government could ask them for a letter of support for the Emergencies Act after it had been invoked. … Read more

70 years of Agatha Christie’s ‘The Mousetrap’: see it in London’s West End

70 years of Agatha Christie’s ‘The Mousetrap’: see it in London’s West End

24 October 2022, 00:00 The West End cast of Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap. Picture: The Mousetrap Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap has kept millions of people from every corner of the globe on the edge of their seats for decades… Now celebrating its 70th Anniversary Year, Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap is THE genre-defining murder mystery from … Read more

Crown withdraws remaining sexual-assault charges against former renowned Toronto pain doctor

Crown withdraws remaining sexual-assault charges against former renowned Toronto pain doctor

Dr. Allan Gordon outside the Ontario College of Surgeons and Physicians in 2018.Michelle Siu/The Globe and Mail The Crown has withdrawn all remaining charges against a former prominent Toronto neurologist accused of sexually assaulting 18 patients over a span of 17 years, leaving many of the women feeling betrayed not just by the medical establishment … Read more

Canada’s border agency launches full review after listing wrong company in $1.2 million ArriveCan contract

Canada’s border agency launches full review after listing wrong company in .2 million ArriveCan contract

The Canada Border Services Agency has acknowledged it provided inaccurate information to Parliament about a $1.2-million ArriveCan contract and is launching a full review of its list of companies that received federal funding to work on the app. The Globe and Mail reported Thursday that ThinkOn CEO Craig McLellan had written to the CBSA earlier … Read more