Retrospective: Charlie Watts and the Rolling Stones in Canada

As word spread that beloved Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts passed away on Tuesday, the Canadiens mourned a huge loss, with many fondly remembering their experiences seeing one of the world’s most famous bands. perform live. During their nearly 60-year career, the Rolling Stones have performed dozens of shows across Canada at sold-out arenas and outdoor festivals. It will come […]

Western countries rush to complete Afghan evacuation as deadline approaches

The latest news on Afghanistan: Western countries rushed to complete the evacuation of thousands of people from Afghanistan on Wednesday as the August 31 deadline for the withdrawal of foreign troops approached with no sign that the country’s new Taliban leadership could allow an extension. In one of the largest airlifts ever, the United States and its allies have evacuated […]

Low wages, instability to blame for labor shortage in restaurant industry, say workers

As restaurateurs across the country scramble to fill thousands of jobs, a common refrain has emerged: If the government did not pay workers to stay at home, the labor shortage that rampant in the restaurant industry would not exist. But workers tell a different story, pointing to low wages and grueling working conditions as the main obstacles to hiring. “It’s […]