You're sitting down to dinner with your family or friends when the doorbell rings. You go to the hallway, peer through the frosted glass and—blast it!—it's a salesperson.
It's often just a youngster selling chocolates for school fundraising...Read More»
Team Canada announced it's Olympic hockey roster yesterday, leaving reporters and fans scratching their heads and scrambling to statistics' databases to find out exactly who these guys are.
Representing us at the upcoming Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in...Read More»
The 2017 sports year was marked by some phenomenal performances by older athletes who refuse to retire. Here, we look at the five athletes who are still...Read More»
As 2017 draws to a close, we look back at the year in politics and review how our the leaders of the big three parties fared.
1. Justin Trudeau, Liberal...Read More»
This week (Dec. 19), marks the 100th anniversary of the NHL. Here, we take a trip down memory lane.
The NHL was born 100 years ago, with four teams...Read More»
The Toronto Argonauts' thrilling 27-24 win over the Calgary Stampeders in the 105th Grey Cup on Sunday provided all the up-and-down, crazy, roller-coaster...Read More»
There was a time when the Grey Cup was one of the most highly-anticipated sporting events across the land. Between the 1950s and '80s, family and friends...Read More»
Bill Gates announced on November 14 that he is investing $100 million to research to find a cure Alzheimer's disease, an affliction that destroys a...Read More»
On the two occasions last century when world war broke out, prominent Canadian hockey players answered the call to arms, trading in their sticks and...Read More»
Who is Andrew Scheer and where does he stand on seniors issues?
Since becoming federal Conservative Party leader in May, we really didn't have that...Read More»
CARP representatives blitzed Parliament Hill on October 25, calling on the federal government to protect retirees whose companies have reneged on their...Read More»
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