Anwar writes on culture, sports, urban affairs, Latin America, innovation and travel.
Incoming U.S. administration has signaled it may uphold trade embargo
Filmores is emblematic of the constant struggle between those who would preserve the city’s character and those who would transform it.
News that the U.S. has repealed a migration policy favourable to Cubans spread quickly in Cardenas.
The Great Trail, when completed, will be the longest recreational path in the world.
Home Hardware CEO Terry Davis stares down his U.S. competitors
The future of inline skating in Canada hangs in the balance, as dreams of the sport's Olympic debut fade.
A second wave of retail to a community undergoing a historical transformation.
Torontonian Paul Borlinha will attempt to conquer a 400-kilometre ultramarathon in the Gobi Desert.
Greater Toronto Airways hopes to sign K-W area's large corporations to secure route schedule.
The LCBO, one of Ontario’s prized cash cows, has realized that a lot of the technology used by private-sector retailers is coming from innovation hubs rather than corporate headquarters.
Bike touring isn’t for visitors more inclined to sip mojitos at Varadero’s resorts, or those who hope to brush past Ernest Hemingway’s spirit in the touristy booze can La Bodeguita del Medio
Trains, planes or shuttles: Politicians, businesses in region are looking at how to provide transportation needed to build a formidable startup hub.
At least two small airlines are hoping to increase service to Waterloo, Ont. – a proposition that many locals believe would boost business in the fast-growing startup hub.
He's on a mission to woo back Canadian talent, but is his message clear?