Meghan Markle has returned to Canada to reunite with baby Archie, with the expectation that Prince Harry will join her. They can expect a warm welcome, and some pointed questions.
Shinan Govani is Canada’s best-known social columnist, and currently pens the ‘Last Word’ page in Hello! Canada magazine. Previously, he was a columnist with the National Post for 12 years. The author of the novel Boldface Names, he has also written for such publications as Vanity Fair.
The author says the outrage over the Canadian PM’s use of blackface has turned out to be a Rorschach test to validate the way most people already think about Trudeau.
They row, gaslight, and misbehave like any stars of a Bravo reality show. But from food to kinship, language to nostalgia, the cultural pulse of ‘Shahs of Sunset’ is meaningful.
In 2005, they were co-chairs of the American Museum of Natural History’s Winter Dance. Now one is an embattled first daughter, another a Real Housewife, and the third hates Trump.
Lunuganga is the late architect’s Sri Lankan estate and memorial, but it is also a mesmerizing testament to his ability to seamlessly blend design and landscape.
Theirs is the most notorious reality franchise on TV, and now the wealthy, well-dressed women who spend their time shopping, drinking, and fighting have an outpost in Canada’s largest city.
The rap star is building a luxury mansion in one of Toronto’s toniest areas, where the facades suggest the palaces of Europe, and the hum is of the hyperwealthy.
Famous for the video of his crack-smoking, the former Toronto mayor has died—but his confrontational, controversial politicking lives on thanks to Trump.
René Angélil is set to receive a grand funeral in Montreal on Friday. While ‘in pieces’ over her husband’s death, Dion plans to soon return to the stage.
She was one of the most effervescent hostesses and political powerbrokers—and two new novels feature Pamela Harriman reimagined at her charismatic best.