Stallone in Creed
Michael B. Jordan, left, as Adonis Johnson and Sylvester Stallone as Rocky Balboa in "Creed."
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Rocky reboot signals Stallone’s return to grace

Joel Rubinoff

He’s an old man now, bulky but frail, and when he ascends the iconic steps of the Philadelphia...

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Peter Howell’s very early Oscar predictions

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Justin Trudeau’s backtracking on refugee promise casts shadow over other pledges: Walkom

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Ontario’s path to budget balance paved with privatization: Cohn

Ontario is stuck on a deficit treadmill and mired in a debt time bomb. Hence Hydro One’s just-in-time privatization

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A new book provides a glimpse into life as a Muslim in Canada

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