Tag: Taking

Review: In ‘Malcolm & Marie,’ an ego trip not worth taking

“Malcolm & Marie,“ at least, looks the part. Shot in slinky black-and-white, with John David Washington and Zendaya playing a sharply dressed couple just back to their stunning, modernist Los Angeles home, “Malcolm & Marie” has the stylized appearance of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” as well as the cocktails and shouting matches. But if…

Taking the pulse of Canada’s financial system

Risks to households, businesses and markets remain As we said in our May 2020 Financial System Review, the longer the pandemic affects jobs and incomes, the greater the risk of financial trouble for households and businesses. In the early days we also saw strains on the functioning of financial markets. Six months later, we have…

Nak’azdli Whut’en taking extra precautions against COVID

A First Nation community near Fort St James isn’t taking any chances as the number of new COVID-19 cases increase across B.C. Nak’azdli Whut’en First Nation announced on Nov. 16 the public will be prohibited from visiting their offices and community buildings for the next 14 days. “Safety is our first priority for all community…

The Tweets About Tayshia Taking Over As Bachelorette Are Chaotic Good

Season 16 of The Bachelorette has been unlike anything Bachelor Nation fans have ever seen. From delayed filming to casting changes, the drama just keeps coming. And while there are a lot of differences between this season and past ones, the biggest, of course, is the fact that a new Bachelorette has replaced Clare Crawley.…

Dan Levy and his fans are taking Indigenous studies

Before “Schitt’s Creek” swept the Emmys this month and catapulted its creator, Dan Levy, into Hollywood’s stratosphere, he announced that he was going back to school, and wanted his fans to join him. Within two weeks, 64,000 people had signed up for the online course he was taking, “Indigenous Canada” — more than had completed…