Anwar writes on culture, sports, urban affairs, Latin America, innovation and travel.
Filmores is emblematic of the constant struggle between those who would preserve the city’s character and those who would transform it.
A second wave of retail to a community undergoing a historical transformation.
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
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.
'Street art is a new vocabulary.' Toronto's dingy underpasses get a makeover.
There’s considerable optimism that a messiah-like emergence of one player next season, Connor McDavid, will generate the kind of excitement that will lure fringe collectors back to the hobby.
As young talent command more compensation, Canadian startups are trying to find ways to retain their share of the crop and stave off Silicon Valley and Big Tech.
Small businesses are only beginning to adopt the practice as they aim to expand.
Kalypura’s huts are elegant, featuring roofs made from coconut trees and banana-bark interior walls.
Between handshakes on the coast, venture capitalists are attempting to make more pit stops here in recent years.
Brizi wants to give the people at mass gatherings, namely sporting events and concerts, a unique, out-of-reach vantage point to take selfies, or “dronies.”
Tech entrepreneurs have sniffed out a growing market and they’re grooming a new generation of devices and apps.