IMHO, traditional TV is gone, and it will never come back. People today don’t care about channels or platforms anymore; all they want is the show or film or event of their choice at the time when they want it.
IMHO, the fire is raging through the school system while English Canada keeps fiddling. Meanwhile, Quebec is expending its best efforts to ensure that its young receive the education they need to become reasonable and intelligent adults.
IMHO, and as already explained in this space previously, there is no party a reasonable person can vote for in the upcoming provincial election in Ontario on June 12. But one self-proclaimed conservative, who has just explained her own reasons for not voting (at least not for the conservative option), has managed to cast a very negative light on all conservatives. For her brand of conservatism represents everything that people have come to hate about conservatives: me, me, me conservatism.
IMHO, there is no greater threat to the future of Toronto, and Ontario, than failure to address the transit and gridlock issues. Experts say that these problems cost Ontarians at least $6 billion a year. Knowing that experts are always wont to downplay bad news, that number is likely much, much higher.
IMHO, when anything – a service, product or even a relationship – stops being useful or reliable, it’s time to cut your losses and move on.
IMHO, it takes a lot of courage for a broadcaster to air a TV show during prime time that is not in English and requires viewers who weren’t smart enough in school (or life) to learn French to read subtitles.
IMHO, the situation Ontario finds itself in now is best and aptly described by some of the language that Toronto mayor Rob Ford recently used, and which was revealed to the public thanks to an audio recording: Ontario is f***ing jammed.
IMHO, Netflix has been way too cheap all along. Almost every cable TV bundle, often consisting of no more than five or so channels, costs more than $7.99 a month.