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Special, a short-form series (each episode runs around 15 minutes), has O’Connell (a first-time actor) playing a less outgoing version of himself in a dark comedy where the joke, he said, “is on people who aren’t disabled.”
The 10th anniversary season will feature Annie Baker’s The Flick, set in a cinema, and the immersive production The Tape Escape in an old Queen Video storefront.
A rundown of the top coffee (and tea) rewards programs in Toronto.
James Oler, a former member of a fundamentalist sect, is charged with the alleged removal of a girl from Canada in 2004 to marry a man in the United States.
It’s still a clash of civilizations but the pendulum is swinging in the Leafs’ favour again.
Since the outset of the campaign, the UCP has been dogged by scandal. The RCMP appears to be involved in a number of cases, though it doesn’t confirm whether investigations are ongoing or release details about what they’re up to.
The handout at Immanuel Christian Secondary School in Lethbridge had questions for voters to pose to candidates, such as whether or not they would repeal “bubble-zone legislation,” which requires protesters to stay at least 50 metres away from abortion clinics.