Dildo discourse has reached a new climax

Beats speculation about an election

Trespassing at the giant Dildo sign has been an issue ever since it was erected on the dime of Jimmy Kimmel Live, but the Newfoundland town is again clamping down. A dildo with a Canadian flag motif also provided a subplot for current Bachelorette star Katie Thurston, who tweeted a photo of the red maple leaf one from a suitor’s mom.


Less inoculation in Ford Nation

Krista Haynes, the lingerie football veteran who was early to selling masks, appeared on Instagram to complain about vaccinations at a time when her premier dad is trying to get Ontario jabbed back to business. The effort includes issuing a back-to-school plan that aspires to restore as much normalcy as possible, but the opposition assailed it.


“I am confident—we are confident—that the powerful protective effect of the vaccines is a complete game-changer.” Jason Kenney says he had no hesitation in adopting Dr. Deena Hinshaw’s advice to drop most restrictions on August 16. The plan from Alberta’s top doctor was called the “height of insanity” by the mayor of Calgary.


Penny’s typical teen thought

Andre De Grasse running to gold in the 200 metre supplied Canada with Olympic glory. Also making headlines from Tokyo is women’s soccer team member Quinn, set to become the first transgender and non-binary medallist. But the Twitter shade from Penny Oleksiak toward the teacher who told her to stop swimming contributed to online drama:


Facebook can’t stop doling out money to Canadian journalism outlets. A number of independent startups have accepted these latest grants, while the lobby group attached to newspapers keeps pushing for governmental intervention. Ottawa says the options are still being mulled, while the public policy players agitate for answers.


Finally, born playing this way

Orville Peck is finding freedom across America. The masked singer’s current tour dates culminate in opening Harry Styles shows delayed a year at Madison Square Garden. The pseudonymous Canadian country crooner brought cautious enthusiasm to the stage of Lollapalooza in Chicago, where his remake of Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” filled the air:

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