If we’re going to take Bell to task for raising rates during a massive global disease outbreak, it’s only fair that we do the same when Rogers follows suit. Yesterday I cracked open our latest bill and was greeted by the news that, starting in May, the monthly price for our internet service would be […]
Good news, people who rely on CBC Television for local news. You’re getting it back. CBC/Radio-Canada President and CEO Catherine Tait says Canadians will be seeing more of their local television news hosts during the supper hour starting Tuesday. The public broadcaster came under fire last week after announcing evening and late-night TV newscasts would be temporarily suspended […]
I’m going to hope that this was honest to god unavoidable, because what a terrible move otherwise. At times like these we need more local news, not less. There are people relying on their local news for up to date information about what’s happening around them, especially the older ones or the ones that live […]
Rogers offering free TV channels, global roaming and more in response to COVID-19 Toronto-based national carrier Rogers has implemented a number of measures and free services to help its customers during the COVID-19 outbreak. Rogers and its brands are waiving long distance voice calling fees across Canada from now until April 30th. This applies to […]
I keep seeing the ads for A&W’s Wild-Caught Cod Burger. I find them interesting, because until they came along I had no idea there were cod burgers in the wild.
I first saw this commercial with no context beyond ha ha, look at this silly ass punk album that doesn’t have any punk songs on it. And while yes, it’s amusing enough that way, I’d love to know how this happened. How did we get all the way to the point of this going to […]
If you grew up watching game shows like a fiend whenever you weren’t in school the way I did, this might be worth checking out. Canada was once a breeding ground for new, original and beloved game shows, even some that reached audiences worldwide. Now, game shows produced in Canada are few and far between, […]
This friggin commercial drove me batty this Christmas season. and not for the reason you’re probably thinking, that it ran six jillion times an hour, especially on certain channels. No, it’s for these three reasons. First, I had no idea what it was for. This happens more times these days than I’d like. I’d like […]
Some days I’m pleasantly surprised by how well I can still relate to younger people. Other days I am exactly “Yeet?” years old.
Maybe this is one of those old man things, but I really don’t understand cord cutting. If you’re trying to save money and all you ever use your TV for is the odd movie or something here and there then perhaps it makes sense to ditch cable and just pay $10 a month for Netflix […]