Has the fat lady sung for movie theatres? Plus the U.S. election, Canada and a green recovery
And we explain the fight for the right to repair your stuff
The race to become the next President of the United States of America has been a lengthy affair.
But as the 2020 U.S. election wraps up, we explore what the results could mean for Canada and what a green economic recovery might look like on both sides of the border.
- The Cost of Living ❤s money — how it makes (or breaks) us.
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We also repeat the following Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. in most provinces.
We also take a look at the revenge of Do-It-Yourself.
Once upon a time, handy folks with a wrench and some needle nose vise grips could fix everything from fridges to farm equipment. But today - have you ever tried cracking open an iPhone? Enter the Right-to-Repair movement.
Finally, can the movie theatre survive all the hits that keep coming amid the pandemic? Public health restrictions compound the problem of delayed, and sometimes cancelled, blockbuster film releases.
Between Netflix and the coronavirus, we look at what's happening to your local multiplex.
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