Absolutely hypnotizing array of words relating to journalism, organized according to a complex algorithm
“The online media venture I created is based on a fairly straightforward idea: immigrants redefine a country and deserve to be a full part of the national conversation. I call this ‘immigrant journalism,’ a vein of journalism that privileges the voice of newcomers and always stands up for their point of view.”
So says George Abraham, the founder and publishing director for New Canadian Media (“the pulse of immigrant Canada”).
Read the full story here.
Yum. Our mouths are watering just looking at this blurry JPEG of the menu
“A painfully hot, hallucination inducing, mind altering curry.”
Those words alone are enough to entice any self-respecting Brit — “Yeah mate, yeah … give us the ‘ottest ruby ya got!” — to wander along to The Bristol Yard for dinner.
First impressions: NOT a pub. Stylish bar. Dark wood. Nice. Not Jazz Club nice … but nice.
Starving. Went for the bangers and mash (I think). Was a while ago and we’d had a few bevvies. All I remember was that it tasted absolutely delish.
That doesn’t grab you? How does half of a Tandoori-roasted chicken, garlic mash, Indian-spiced Yorkshire Pudding, roasted mini red potatoes, sautéed carrots, broccoli and gravy sound? Right?
The Brits in Toronto crew need to go back to experience the dining choices more intensely. Watch this space.
For now, an interim Brits in Toronto 4/5 stars.