Animosity and distrust smouldered between PM and protesters as Trudeau tested

Animosity and distrust smouldered between PM and protesters as Trudeau tested

A member of the public wearing a hat bearing the Confederate flag looks on as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as he testified at the Public Order Emergency Commission in Ottawa on Nov. 25.Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press Convoy den mother Tamara Lich sat where she always does, in the front row of public seating right behind … Read more

National Gallery of Canada lays off chief and Indigenous art curators

National Gallery of Canada lays off chief and Indigenous art curators

Photographic banners by artist Genevieve Cadieux hang outside the National Gallery of Canada on July 16, 2021.Ashley Fraser/Globe and Mail The National Gallery of Canada has laid off four senior staff members including Greg A. Hill, its curator of Indigenous art, and chief curator Kitty Scott. The gallery has experienced a period of uncertainty in … Read more

Canada’s blind luck led it to Alphonso Davies – and the 2022 World Cup

Canada’s blind luck led it to Alphonso Davies – and the 2022 World Cup

Illustration by MICHAEL BYERS Right at this moment, as we’re about to begin soccer’s quadrennial sorting, there’s an argument to be made about the Canadian national men’s team. Not that it is finally world class, which is true. Or that it’s the most in-form North American team, which is true as well. But that it … Read more

Best Law Firms in Canada 2023: Our complete listings

Best Law Firms in Canada 2023: Our complete listings

OUR METHODOLOGY Almost 25,000 lawyers as well as in-house lawyers and legal executives working in legal departments of a company across Canada were actively invited to take part in the survey. The sample was collected via research conducted by Statista on company websites and further public available sources. Invitations were sent by email with a … Read more

It wasn’t until the end of his life that Dad told me about his Death March

It wasn’t until the end of his life that Dad told me about his Death March

First Person is a daily personal piece submitted by readers. Have a story to tell? See our guidelines at tgam.ca/essayguide. Illustration by Mary Kirkpatrick The final conversation I had with my father lasted three years and ended the day he died, just a few weeks short of his 99th birthday. As his mobility decreased, he … Read more

Review: Refreshed Subaru Outback shows why the wagon on stilts is still thriving

Review: Refreshed Subaru Outback shows why the wagon on stilts is still thriving

The Outback has received a mid-cycle refresh for 2023 and will start at $32,695 for the basic trim.Jeremy Sinek/The Globe and Mail When Subaru first launched the Outback in the mid-1990s, it could have been described as a stopgap. At the time, the SUV revolution was gaining momentum, and Subaru had nothing to offer. By … Read more

How to eat at a restaurant with a toddler who has only lived life in lockdown

How to eat at a restaurant with a toddler who has only lived life in lockdown

At Fonda Balam, a Mexican restaurant with exclusively counter seating.Corey Mintz/The Globe and Mail Though restaurants have been the central concern of my professional life, I have never eaten in one with my daughter. Food is a huge plank of our connection. We bake challah together and pick peas in our curbside garden. But my … Read more

Emergencies Act wasn’t needed to quell convoy protests, Ontario police force says

Emergencies Act wasn’t needed to quell convoy protests, Ontario police force says

Good morning, Emergencies Act powers weren’t needed to quell convoy protests, Ontario police force says The sweeping powers triggered by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to quell February’s convoy protests were not needed, the Ontario Provincial Police tested before the public inquiry that’s examining whether the federal government contravened the law in its use of the … Read more

Opinion: Britain burns because Truss had ignored the economic reality set by Brexit

Opinion: Britain burns because Truss had ignored the economic reality set by Brexit

A British flag on fire.The Associated Press John Rapley is a political economist at the University of Cambridge and a senior fellow of the Johannesburg Institute for Advanced Study. Less than two weeks after her government plunged the markets into crisis with a disastrous budget, Prime Minister Liz Truss used her closing speech at the … Read more

The Montreal Canadiens have already hung new captain Nick Suzuki out to dry

The Montreal Canadiens have already hung new captain Nick Suzuki out to dry

Montreal Canadiens’ Nick Suzuki skates with the puck against the Carolina Hurricanes during the third period of an NHL hockey game in Raleigh, NC, on March 31.Karl B DeBlaker/The Associated Press Shortly after the Toronto Maple Leafs won the biggest game in their (now not-at-all) recent history, the CBC’s Ron MacLean stuck a microphone in … Read more