Director Antoni Cimolino begins and ends his sharp production of Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s 1777 play The School For Scandal with a satiric swipe at social media, drawing parallels between our gossip-saturated world and that of 240 years ago.
NOW Access presents Cocktail School, a video series that explores the process of creative discovery behind some of Toronto's favourite drinks. In this episode, The Cloak Bar demonstrates how a classic drink like The Belmont can transport you through time.
This is the perfect opportunity for Mayor Tory to demonstrate some true courage and political leadership by calling for the acceptance and expansion of cannabis dispensaries in Toronto and across Canada in order to help save lives.
If Mayor Tory is willing to “consider anything” to stem overdose emergency he must call for an end to marijuana dispensary raids because the science-based evidence is in: cannabis can save lives
1 day agoRon Gwynne The two most important civil servants are the Mayor and the Police Chief. Think about this. I'm not impressed by their fumbling and mumbling how about you? Carding, still happening. Fake charges still happening. Lying police in court ? Tory too, him and his lobbyist pals...fill in the harbour, fill in the railway yards, fill in the CNE, where does this end..condomonium? Are they worth what they get paid? I know not.
1 day agoPatrick Hislop The Emerys are past their due date. You can beg a mayor for anything you like. The issue is still illegality. It's a federal law. It needs to be (and will be) addressed at the federal level. Less than a year.
The biggest issue with the Emerys is that neither are doctors or even life sciences researchers. They are indeed an illegitimate face to the medical aspect of their crusade.
If the real goal was to get medicine to those that need it, why not also provide access to pure CBD oil, which is not illegal and comes complete with loads of peer reviewed publications? It's prescribed in Europe, by real doctors.
THC still needs research as their are findings that show heart and brain abnormalities with chronic use. I'm all for legalization but we can't take the word of a couple activists when it comes to our health. They provide no medical or legitimate research findings.
It should ne decriminalized immediately, the legal issue will come along later and for all intents and purposes less than a year.
Cool your jets, prepare for phase II of your crusade post legalization.
1 day agoJames Benjamin I guess the Emery's haven't heard it hasn't been legalized yet. That was their problem before.. it's still their problem. Jodie's concern about this is purely about their business.
1 day agoChristopher Baxter Bell I used to think the Emery's were altruistic in their crusade but it's become clear how utterly self-serving all their rhetoric is. We need better leaders in terms of marijuana activism and drug activism than Mark and Jodie.
1 day agoZack Young The Emery's can't help but make this about themselves and pot, can they? It's a fight that can wait a little bit longer in the legislature; the immediacy of safe injection sites is far more pressing than this.
Unlike most places you’d think of as pizza capitals – from Naples and Rome to Chicago and New York – Toronto doesn’t really have its own regional style, but you can’t swing a pizza peel in this town without hitting a great slice.
Activists say that delays in funding promised by federal and provincial governments to deal with inadequate mental health services in remote First Nations communities is resulting in youth going without care
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