Fall travel guide: Four cheap U.S. destinations to visit during the off-season

Fall travel guide: Four cheap U.S. destinations to visit during the off-season

There’s plenty to see across the US this fall, and the season is a great time to visit destinations that are prohibitively hot in the summer or extremely busy in the winter. Natalia Weidner, a Virtuoso-network travel advisor with Oakville, Ont.-based Travel Professionals International based, says that hotels are typically 10- to 30-per-cent cheaper in … Read more

Who says print is dead? New Toronto store showcases indie publications

Who says print is dead? New Toronto store showcases indie publications

Issues Magazine Shop is located on Dundas West near Dufferin Street. It primarily stocks hard-to-find Canadian and international titles. Some of Hamilton’s most popular glossies include interiors mag Apartment and food culture books including Serviette, a new Canadian publication.Susa n HillPhotography/Handout With more than 10 years of experience as an editorial designer and art director … Read more

Letters to the editor: ‘I’m 65, and a life expectancy of 75 feels about right to me.’ Confronting the health care crisis, plus other letters to the editor for July 29

Letters to the editor: ‘I’m 65, and a life expectancy of 75 feels about right to me.’ Confronting the health care crisis, plus other letters to the editor for July 29

Paramedics transport a patient to the emergency room in Montreal on July 20.Ryan Remiorz/The Canadian Press Keep your Opinions sharp and informed. Get the Opinion newsletter. Sign up today. not said Re The Meaning Of The Pope’s Visit To Canada (Editorial, July 28): The Pope made a good but selective apology to First Nations on … Read more

Opinion: Canadians may need to grocery shop more often amid supply chain disruptions

Opinion: Canadians may need to grocery shop more often amid supply chain disruptions

Anecdotally, some Canadians of late have noticed that certain produce isn’t as fresh as it used to be, and will rot much sooner, but there are no specific data on this yet.Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail Sylvain Charlebois is a professor of food distribution and policy and the director of the Agri-Food Analytics Lab at … Read more

Plan your summer vacation like a local with hand-picked guides to 11 Canadian cities

Plan your summer vacation like a local with hand-picked guides to 11 Canadian cities

Wondering where to travel this summer? As flight delays and luggage chaos continues at airports across the country, and gas prices continuing to soar, the least stressful (and most economical) getaways this season might be close to home. With that in mind, we asked locals in major Canadian cities from coast to coast to recommend … Read more

TikTok’s most popular gut-health myths, debunked

TikTok’s most popular gut-health myths, debunked

In early 2000, the microbiome (which are trillions of bacteria, fungi and other microbes that live in your gut helping your digestive and immune systems) was not a household term like it is now and very little importance was put on the gut and its impact on our overall well-being. Now, however, everyone seems to … Read more

Coronavirus Update: U.S. regulators commit to updating vaccines for fall, but will they arrive in time?

Coronavirus Update: U.S. regulators commit to updating vaccines for fall, but will they arrive in time?

Compartir Bookmark Please log in to bookmark this story.log inCreate Free Account Good evening, these are the top coronavirus headlines tonight: top headline: In a bid to match the latest forms of COVID-19, the US Food and Drug Administration asked vaccine manufacturers to tailor their new shots to the BA.4 and BA.5 subvariants – but … Read more

Perfect picnic recipes from chefs Suzanne Barr, Vikram Vij and Ryan Oabel

Perfect picnic recipes from chefs Suzanne Barr, Vikram Vij and Ryan Oabel

Suzanne Barr is the inaugural chef-in-residence of Toronto’s Gladstone Hotel and the author of My Ackee Tree: A Chef’s Memoir of Finding Home in the Kitchen.SAMUEL ENGELKING/Handout The word “picnic” conjures so much: old blankets with food spread out for easy grazing, laidback conversation and a warm summer breeze. We are a nation of picnic … Read more

After two summers of lockdowns, your kids need music festivals

After two summers of lockdowns, your kids need music festivals

Jeffery Remedios with family at Field Trip.Rick Clifford/Handout Esme was swaying in the bubbles of some hippies as the Violent Femmes performed onstage. She wasn’t even 3, and yet it was almost as if she’d completely forgotten about me – about everything. She was just grooving to the music and trusting her environment de ella … Read more

How Montana Labelle leveraged social media savvy into a bricks-and-mortar retail space

How Montana Labelle leveraged social media savvy into a bricks-and-mortar retail space

Designer Montana Labelle.Montana Labelle Remembering the last time she was featured in this newspaper sparks a visceral reaction for Montana Labelle. “Horrific,” she says, recoiling into the corner of a sofa in her Ella Toronto studio in the Annex neighborhood. “I look at that article sometimes, and I’m like, what is this?” Her design style … Read more