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Superfan Nav is heading for Hollywood
Thanks to Obama’s buddy Kumar
The idea of a Nav Bhatia biopic came to Kal Penn after he saw the Raptors superfan in action while shooting Designated Survivor in Toronto. But the only possible title for such a feature is shared by a Superfan documentary on the brink of a premiere from the CBC.
Words worthy of Rob Ford
Before entering politics and unseating Liberal cabinet minister Mayram Monsef, the new Conservative MP from Peterborough-Kawartha spoke with a blue streak to her premium content supporters. Michelle Ferreri has apologized for it for some reason.
“Meet Bernier’s Jenni, Emrys Graefe—’The guy people like to say bad things about’.” A piece from 2017 about the lead strategist for Maxime Bernier, when he was bidding to lead the Conservatives, was noticed for disappearing before reappearing at iPolitics. Graefe recently became the insider website’s chief technology officer.
Artisanal approach to an app
New Year’s Eve parties are banned from Airbnb, as part of the effort to curb bad press, while the company works more closely with Toronto city hall after regulations cut rental listings in a period when the pandemic cut more. But since this short-term rental game won’t be going away, the group known as Fairbnb is launching a co-operative alternative in a hotspot:
Bell Media announced the retirement of Brian Williams. The 75-year-old sportscaster, a Canadian celebrity before his American namesake, will get a send-off during the Grey Cup on TSN. Meanwhile, the exits of two longtime Newstalk 1010 Toronto fixtures, Mike Bendixen and Ryan Doyle, recently occurred without explanation.