'Innovate or die' the new mindset in Toronto's food scene — and could last well beyond pandemic

'Innovate or die' the new mindset in Toronto's food scene — and could last well beyond pandemic

Like so many Toronto residents living through the pandemic, Jannine Rane couldn’t help but notice the damage to the city’s food and drink scene. Boarded-up restaurants with “for lease” signs slapped on the front window. Beloved bars struggling to survive. Residents stuck at home more often, and cooking more — whether they liked it or […]

What a dinosaur's last supper reveals about life in the Cretaceous period

A beautifully preserved armoured dinosaur found in an Alberta oilsands mine died on a full stomach. The “extraordinarily rare” preservation of its last meal offers new clues and surprises about how the dinosaur lived during its last days. The 5.5-metre-long, 1,300 kilogram spiky, plant-eating nodosaur, similar to an ankylosaurus but without a tail club, is […]

Parents Now Last Line of Defense Against Globalist Agenda

Parents Now Last Line of Defense Against Globalist Agenda

Sometimes we need to be reminded of basic truth. Parents truly are the last line of defense against the cultural decline of the west. The reality of this wasn’t lost on Anthony Lane, a teacher from Willis High School in Texas. Lane defended the decision[1] for the school to host a drag queen story time […]

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